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'See more, learn more, do more' at Domino's Digital Printing Spectrum 2017

April 18, 2017

With just five weeks to go before the one-day event, Domino encourages those that have not already done so to register today.

“See more. Learn more. Do more.” This is the theme for the upcoming Domino Open House called "Digital Printing Spectrum 2017. Here, attendees can learn from several well-respected names in the label printing industry as well as leading suppliers that will be exhibiting May 23–24 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Gurnee, IL, USA. To register for free, visit:  With just five weeks to go before the event, Domino encourages those that have not already done so to register today as space is filling up fast. 

Digital Printing Spectrum 2017 will feature 20 presenters, Q&A panel discussions and more than 40 table-top exhibits. The event will be moderated by Dan Muenzer, vice president of marketing for Constantia Flexibles and the former chairman of TLMI (Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute), North America's leading association for the label converting industry. 

Presenters include market research experts, leading professionals in the label printing community, industry associations, and Domino technical and commercial resources:
  • David Walsh, Owner – LPC
  • Jennifer Dochstader, Managing Director – LPC
  • Doug Bartlett, Director of Graphics – Constantia Flexibles
  • Simon Gross, CEO – Converting Equipment International (CEI)
  • Sean Carty, COO – Pro Label
  • Scott Fisher, President – Smyth Companies
  • Kevin Hayes, Executive Vice President – Outlook Group
  • Lynn Perenic, President & CEO – Argent Tape & Label
  • Mark Turk, President – International Label & Printing
  • Sharon Zampogna, Vice President of Sales – McCourt Label
  • Denny McGee, President – MPS Americas
  • Kees Nijenhuis, Vice President – MPS Americas
  • Steve Katz, Editor – Label & Narrow Web
  • Mark Tibbetts, President – TLMI
  • Jay Kaible, Director of Business Development – FTA & FLEXO
  • Bill Gibson, Illinois Director – Great Lakes Graphics Association
  • Julie Cross, Technical Director – Domino
  • Philip Easton, Director – Domino
  • Matt Condon, OEM Manager – Domino
  • Patrick LaMourie, Digital Solutions Manager – Domino
Table-top exhibits include companies representing the full spectrum of the label printing industry: cameras / inspection / vision systems; software; die makers; coatings; UV curing; corona and surface treaters; converting and finishing; substrates and materials; cold foil; associations; press manufacturers; industry trade publications; and materials handling.

Exhibiting companies include:
  • 3M
  • AB Graphic International
  • Acpo
  • Avery Dennison
  • AVT
  • Aztech Converting
  • Converting Equipment International
  • Delta ModTech
  • Enercon Industries
  • Esko
  • Flexcon
  • GEW
  • Grafotronic Inc. USA
  • Green Bay Packaging
  • Hybrid Software
  • Kocher + Beck
  • KTI - Keene Technology
  • Kurz Transfer Products
  • Label Traxx
  • Lake Image Systems
  • Martin Automatic
  • MBO
  • Microscan
  • MPS Systems North America
  • Omet
  • PC Industries
  • Phoseon Technology
  • RotoMetrics
  • Spartanics
  • Spinnaker Coating
  • Technicote
  • UPM Raflatac
  • Wausau Coated
  • ​Wikoff Color Corporation
  • Wilson Manufacturing
  • Yazoo Mills, Inc.
In addition to the educational presentations and tabel-top exhibits, Digital Printing Spectrum 2017 will include a Q&A panel discussion, innovative equipment demonstrations, networking breakfasts and lunches and evening receptions. "This is a highly-anticipated educational and networking event. Digital Printing Spectrum 2017 is where the widest range of industry experts will converge to discuss best practices for making money with digital printing. It has everything a company needs to build its organization and infrastructure to make digital printing efficient, successful, and profitable," says Bill Myers, marketing manager at Domino.

For a look at last year’s event, watch the video below.

This is a one-day event, duplicated over two days so attendees can choose which date works best with their schedule. Attendees can arrive the night before (for either date) to enjoy the evening receptions.

Registration is now open, and prospective attendees must register to attend. To register, visit: For questions, contact Bill Myers at or 847-596-4801.