TheIJC reveals final conference agenda

TheIJC is the meeting point of the inkjet industry which offers a unique mix of educational and networking opportunities

Three tracks, seven plenary sessions and 61 technical presentations in total: The final agenda for TheIJC 2018 is now available.

Leading printhead manufacturers open both conference days to discuss advances in core technology. Further developments in hardware components, system integration, software and vision inspection follow on Track One. Ink formulation, fluids and inkjet chemistry are presented on Track Two and Track Three features innovation and academic research with topics ranging from ceramic tiles, pharmaceutical applications, orodispersible films and capsules, through to printing functional elements on 3D objects or inkjet-printed perovskite photovoltaics.
The conference sessions take place 16-17 October but TheIJC starts already in the afternoon of 15 October with a series of inkjet workshops, free for all conference delegates.
Registration can be carried out via the conference website to benefit from the full conference access: two days, three tracks, lunches, networking dinner and an inkjet workshop of choice, with group discounts available.
More than 60 world leading authorities explain technologies which find way into the existing and future printing systems – for all industrial and functional applications. From scientific papers on jetting reliability through to the latest innovations in software and printheads, attendees can expect the latest core technology developments.
TheIJC is the meeting point of the inkjet industry which offers a unique mix of educational and networking opportunities. Attended by over 500 international attendees, it has already attracted many new names for 2018, incl. BASF Personal Care & Nutrition, Ceradrop, Cyan-Tec, DSM, Gardner Denver Thomas, Notion Systems, Siegwerk and Tiger Coatings.
The Inkjet Conference (TheIJC) is a yearly ESMA and Digital Direct Technologies event developed in partnership with drupe. Attended by C-level industry executives, developers and researchers, it is leading the way for those that are building the future.