The conference will give access to key suppliers, technology, information and inspiration from the inkjet industry. Topics for the event include functional and 3D printing, colourants, material dispersion, resins and polymers, photoinitiators, additives and other materials, analytical equipment and techniques, processing and manufacturing equipment, drop and surface behaviour and application case studies, the organiser said in a press release.
IMI Europe has announced the programme for its upcoming Inkjet Development Conference, which is scheduled to be held in May 2023 in Hamburg, Germany.
The two-day technical conference is dedicated to digital printing technology development, covering materials, engineering, and solutions, and is aimed at inkjet developers in various applications.
The conference is guided by a technical advisory board consisting of key industry figures Dr Tri Tuladhar, principal consultant, Trijet, Dr Mark Bale, director, DoDxAct and Dr Thomas Willers, head of applications and science, KRÜSS. The technical advisory board is chaired by Dr Tim Phillips of IMI Europe. The full conference programme includes speakers from Fraunhofer IPA, Koenig & Bauer Kammann, OrelTech, Colorifix, University of Cambridge, Scrona, Notion Systems, Xaar, KRÜSS, TriJet, DoDxAct, Everlight Chemical, Quantica, International United Technology, ImageXpert, TIGRES and Neenah Coldenhove.
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