C!Print, a fair that shows the possibilities of digital printing to decorators, architects, communication agency, retail and marketing, is already a reference in this sector. In this 3rd edition, held in Madrid, the record of visitants, with 12000, and the expositors, with 260, was beat.
MEEVO was present with a stand that made a bet on presenting final solutions from its offer in the construction of the stand itself, going beyond a normal structure of showing the products.
In an interdisciplinary project, between design and architecture, the stand MEEVO showed the impact of the light boxes MATRIX FRAME with textiles from the Latex Collection from MEEVO, printed in Latex technology from HP.
Other featured solutions were those of wall lining and cork floor: WallCork and FloorCork. These innovative and eco-friendly products were developed aiming towards the personalization of spaces with digital printing.
Besides these products, MEEVO showed also the new MEEVO MKF BR 320 AF Mark II, the machine for textile cut for display with the biggest grade of automatism and productivity. The stand was also a meeting point for a network of Certified Distributors from MEEVO, where they could receive their clients and present all of these solutions.
In this edition, MEEVO was again invited to be present in the space Plug&Play, an area where practical examples of application and personalization of products and technologies exhibited in the fair are gathered, and to have a participation in theoretical and practical workshops.
In the space Plug&Play we present the new light box Tilt & Turn, with a spinning centre, we had wall light boxes and WallCork applied to the bar and customer service and we also had the bottom panel of the conference room.
In the theoretical workshops, the Commercial Director from MEEVO was in the panel of the theme “Communication, Interior Design and Fashion: The growing business of the digital textile printing”.
In the practical workshops, MEEVO was part of an initiative where one could see the printing process until the end.
The fabric Deko 200 from MEEVO was printed with a Latex technology in the HP stand, then it was cut in the MEEVO stand with the new MEEVO MKF BR 320 AF Mark II, after that the silicone was stitched to the perimeter and finally assembled in the profiles MATRIX FRAME.
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