Plug & Play at C! Print 2020

Plug & Play at C!Print. Photo: C!Print

From live production to demonstrations in pop-up spaces, Plug & play is the experimentation space at C! Print 2020 where you can discover the implementation of more than 30 specific materials adapted to the personalisation of a catering space. You can express themselves by imagining their own campaigns, their own projects.

From POS to gifts, the show creates a fictitious campaign to highlight very real applications modelled on the Plug & Play brand.

Live demonstration

The Live demonstration workshop is dedicated to demonstration, production and implementation. You can see here product personalisation technologies and a real life production line, from online personalisation to the finished product.

You can find here:

Plug & Play at C!Print. Photo: C!Print

• Laser-engraved pens and metal boxes
• Digital printing on notebooks
• Transfers on bags
• Direct digital printing on T-shirts
• Embroidery on baseball caps
• Online personalisation solution – Web-to-Print

Interior design, decorative printing and commercial shopfitting: the full potential of personalisation techniques is demonstrated through two pop-up spaces. Technology, media and solutions are combined to build a high-value printing offer. Innovation takes shape across two virtual worlds where brands, designers, architects, decorators, marketing agencies and printers can conceive their projects, deploy their brands and devise their own campaigns.

You can see a personalised bar with materials that have been specifically developed for catering environments: anti-microbial vinyl, dry printable and erasable film, anti-shock lamination, fabric wall covering or rigid printed media. You can also see a conference space modelled on the image and identity of an event or company: printing on non-slip flooring or carpet, fabrics for seating or partitions, digital totem coverings.

Plug & Play in figures:

• 10 personalisation techniques
• 200 applications displayed
• 35 partners
• 20 presentations and case studies
• 20 workshops