Manchester Metropolitan University Print Services
9.30am – 5pm Friday 31 March 2017
Location: Print Services, John Dalton Shed, Chester Street, Manchester M1 5GD
Register your place today
The difference is a smarter way of working
Insights into new and exciting 2D & 3D print technologies, and their introduction into HE institutions. Plus selective supplier exhibition.
New and emerging technologies, such as 3D printers and storefronts, are flooding the HE creative and print marketplace. It’s an exciting time to be involved in print, but as Manchester Metropolitan knows the hard way, there’s far more to introducing whizzy technologies than simply procuring the hardware and software or jumping on board with external commercial partners that promise the moon on a stick.
Time, effort and money can disappear down the plughole if you don’t know exactly how your institution will benefit from this new technology and you don’t nail down the details before purchase and implementation.
On the flip side, new technologies can open new markets, allow you to provide a wider range of services to better support teaching, learning and research, and streamline the way you do business – a smarter way of working.
Our Technology Day will be geared around learning – focusing on how we can help each other to make informed decisions.
Ed Keefe – MMU 3D Manager
‘Our partnership experience’
Ed will share our partnership experience and look at the importance of:
- developing a rationale for the use of the new technology
- building ownership among the key participants
- examining all budgetary considerations
- becoming an expert
Canon will also present on 3D systems. Various production suppliers will have experts on hand to answer all your questions.
The exhibition will feature a select number of 2D & 3D tech manufacturers
High volume production
– new C10000 colour production
HP large format print
Samsung managed print & MFPs
Duplo finishing equipment
Paper & Canon LFP
Accounting software, payment kiosks
Join us and see how together we can develop our knowledge and future proof our services with like–minded colleagues and industry leading suppliers of print production technology.
Your colleagues from ACPME, APCOM and NWUPC will be there.
Refreshments and lunch. On arrival tea/coffee & pastries from 9.30am. Lunch is a finger-buffet with refreshments.
Unfortunately we cannot accommodate car parking during a term week day. There are various car parks around the site. The new Q park at First Street is a good option as is the NCP on Chester Street.
Register your place today
For further details give me a call:
Paul Squires | Print Services Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org t: 0161 247 3720 m: 07900 454711