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Heraeus Noblelight at the Drupa 2016

02.05.2016

Heraeus Noblelight

drupa 2016, May 31 - June 10, 2016, Düsseldorf

Hall 3, stand D44

Heraeus at Drupa


Books, brochures, labels, forms, foils and packages are printed using different methods. However, what they all have in common is that the printing ink needs to be completely dry or cured before processing of the products can continue.

Depending on the ink, UV lamps or IR emitters are used for curing and drying.

At the Drupa trade fair, Heraeus Noblelight presents specialty light sources and systems which provide optimal results with high energy efficiency precisely for these printing processes.Heraeus at Drupa

The Drupa in Düsseldorf is the world's biggest leading trade fair of the printing industry and thus the key hub for the presentation of latest methods and solutions from offset to digital printing.
To the interactive hall plan.

Heraeus Noblelight
Hall 3, stand D44

Talk with Heraeus experts directly on site about your printing processes and their challenges.
We will be happy to make an appointment with you and send you a free ticket.

https://apps.heraeus.com/Print_Paper_DE/print_and_paper_de_epaper.html

Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
Heraeusstr. 12-14
D-63450 Hanau

Phone +49 6181 35 8492
Fax +49 6181 35 16 8492
E-Mail: hng-info@heraeus.com

Wolfgang Stang | Heraeus Noblelight GmbH

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