Getting the inside track on inkjet
Fast-paced developments in inkjet engineering and nanoparticles will be among the topics highlighted at the inaugural Inkjet Conferencestaged by ESMA,the leading, European non-profit association for the manufacturers of screen and digital print technology, which will take place at the Swissôtel in Neuss (Düsseldorf), Germany, on 30thSeptember -1st October 2014.
The biggest Northern European Conference of its kind for this industry sector will feature exhibitors and speakers from Adphos, Agfa, Caldera, Chemstream, Colorgate, Fujifilm Dimatix, Gew, GIS, Huntsman, Industrial Inkjet, KNF, Pall, Printaled, Sunchemical, Toyoink, Trident, Wifag, Xaar, Xennia and Indujet.
The two-day, multi-subject educational conference, sponsored by enabling partner Drupa, has been developed specifically for inkjet equipment manufacturers and will comprise:
- A focus on inkjet engineering and the placing of a million drops that will feature hardware and software aspects of equipment design and manufacture. Areas touched on will include fluid systems, precision engineering, printheads, digital asset management, RIPs, colour calibration and workflow.
- The will be discussions relating to fluid and ink components, such as nano particles, laboratory equipment, rheometers, particle size analyzers, conductive, aqueous and UV inks.
- A special academic track will enable all universities and non-commercial research institutes to present their work.
Peter Buttiens, CEO of ESMA comments: “Inkjet is becoming a mainstream print technology and, since the introduction of high resolution single pass printheads there have been more than five new inkjet presses announced every year. Whether labels, textiles, packaging, ceramics or graphics, inkjet print technology is bridging the differences between applications and positioning print into the manufacturing environment.”
He continues: “The conference aims toshowcase technologies and highlight trends, thus enabling emerging technologies of printed electronics and functional fluids to learn and partner with those that have been successful in enabling volume adoption of inkjet technology in manufacturing applications.”
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