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The Inkjet Conference: innovations in inkjet technology for industrial markets

The Inkjet Conference will take place at the Swissôtel in Neuss (Düsseldorf), Germany, 30 September and 1 October 2014. The event is staged by ESMA, a leading, European non-profit association for specialist printing manufacturers of screen and digital print technology.

Fast-paced developments in inkjet printing technology will open traditional industrial applications to digital printing such as packaging, textile, plastics and many more. The Inkjet Conference™ is staged by ESMA, a leading, European non-profit association for specialist printing manufacturers of screen and digital print technology, at the Swissôtel in Neuss (Düsseldorf), Germany, 30 September and 1 October 2014.
The inkjet conference brings together industry and academic leaders in their fields to speak about the latest advances and future developments driving digital print and offers a great networking opportunity to meet both the presenters and the market leaders from their respective industries.
The two-day, multi-subject educational conference, sponsored by enabling partner drupa, has been developed specifically for inkjet equipment manufacturers. It will comprise of:
•    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.
•    A review on fluid and ink components such as nano particles, conductive, aqueous and UV inks.
•    An academic track open to all universities and non-commercial research institutes to present their work.
The conference will consist of over 30 presentations with topics as varied as:
•    Membrane Pumps in Inkjet Printers – a success story, Andreas Hauri (KNF Flodos)
•    UV-LED Systems and Integration, Patrick Montali (PrintabLED)
•    Piezo Inkjet for Precision Dispensing of Functional Materials, Steve Liker (Trident)
•    System Integration: an Ink Point of View, Frank De Voeght (Chemstream)
•    Improving Inkjet Industry by Implementing Intelligent Sensors, Martin Kurtz (Balluff GmbH)
•    Industrial Inkjet for Packaging- Beyond the Box, Holly Steedman (Indujet GmbH)
•    Limitations and Benefits of Industrial Inkjet Printing, John Corrall (Industrial Inkjet Limited)
•    Utilizing the Full Power of the Computer Hardware, Frédéric Soulier (Caldera)
The academic track will also display the latest in inkjet technology:
•    Advanced Drop Watching (iPrint Institute, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland)
•    Carbon Nano-Forms Suspensions for Inkjet Printing Energy Applications (Department of Chemistry, University of Torino)
•    Silver micro size distribution and printing technique influences on coatings for flexible electronics
•    Inkjet printing of functional materials for energy applications
•    Inkjet printing and sintering techniques of functional layers for electronic applications

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