GlassPrint 2017

GlassPrint 2017
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The seventh edition of the Europe’s only conference dedicated to glass decoration follows DCP directly at the same venue on 29-30 November 2017 and calls now for presentation papers on the recent developments in printing on flat and hollow glassware.

GlassPrint has been organised since 2005 jointly by Chameleon Business Media (publisher of “Glass Worldwide” and “Specialist Printing Worldwide”) and ESMA.

The last edition of this well-established event was attended by 200 glass makers, decorators, end-users, suppliers and brand owners from 26 countries.

In the words of Simone Baratta from Bormioli Luigi, “GlassPrint 2015 provided an important possibility to meet the most important experts in glass decoration and gain an overview of future scenarios.”

Companies with expertise in the field are invited to submit presentation abstracts by 30 April 2017 on a topic related to digital, screen and pad printing processes for flat and hollow glass, developments in automotive glass, legislation implications, pre-press, high-tech applications, security and brand protection, special effects, coatings, curing and drying. Please consult the full call for papers here.

Any company or research institute interested in presenting and exhibiting at GlassPrint 2017 should contact Chameleon Business Media via

Delegate booking is already available via The early-bird rates are available until 30 June 2017 and additional discounts for ESMA members apply.

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