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TheIJC USA 2019 reveals first agenda details

The second edition of The Inkjet Conference (TheIJC - 22-23 May, Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare) USA will cover various aspects of industrial inkjet engineering and chemistry. The following topics to be presented over two conference days on two parallel tracks:
- ‘A system’s approach to creating high quality output: The importance of an image quality system’ by Joshua Howard, Kodak; - ‘aNIR for improved printing speed, enhanced print quality and less production costs’ by Dr Kai Bar, Adphos; - ‘Colour management software for industrial colour printing’ by Thomas Kirschner, ColorGate; - ‘Controlling high standoff defects in inkjet’ by James Gill, Fujifilm Dimatix; - ‘Expanding the horizon with the next generation LED curing systems’ by Simon Reissmann, Phoseon; - ‘First experimental study using a novel device for characterising drop formation, drop substrate interaction, and waveform optimisation’ by Dr Raymond Sanedrin, Kruss; - ‘Handling inks in inkjet systems: main requirements for liquid pumps’ by Markus Orlando, Gardner Denver Thomas; - ‘Has inkjet really achieved offset quality?’ by Martin Bailey, Global Graphics Software; - ‘High shear viscosity measurements for real condition application of inks and coatings’ by Dr Matt Vanden Eynden, Formulaction; - ‘How to extend the colour gamut and improve the colour transition’ by Tom Lin, Encres Dubuit; - ‘Impact on polymerization of UV DOD inks using different UV LED unit designs’ by Mathias Theiler, Hapa; - ‘In pursuit of the perfect print: Nozzle out detection and compensation’ by Jonathan Wilson, Meteor Inkjet; - ‘Industrial inkjet printing from the inkjet ink perspective’ by Dr Marc Graindourze, Agfa; - ‘Ink and waveform performance optimisation’ by Chintan Dagli, ImageXpert; - ‘Inkjet in coatings and complex shapes: Technologies and processes’ by Debbie Thorp, Global Inkjet Systems; - ‘Is it really all UV LED? Hybrid curing solutions for digital printing and decoration’ by Adrian Lockwood, Integration Technology; - ‘Microscale liquid engineering: New materials and new challenges’ by Dr Ronan Daly, University of Cambridge; -‘The challenges of enabling and maintaining digital print quality’ by Jason Remnant, Xaar; - ‘The winning resin technology for inkjet in packaging’ by Paul Honen and Yuan Yu, DSM; - ‘Translating 3D inkjet printing to an industrial manufacturing approach for medicines’ by Dr Craig Sturgess, Added Scientific; - ‘Urethane acrylate design for low viscosity, energy curable inkjet ink applications’ by Dr Jo Ann Arceneaux, Allnex; - ‘Using high performance colorant dispersions to create opportunities for aqueous inkjet applications’ by Dr Hamid Shirazi, Fujifilm Inkjet Technology; This year’s conference will put an additional focus on labels and packaging. The following titles have been provided by AWA, the global market intelligence company: - ‘Global label and product decoration market’ by Corey Reardon, AWA; - ‘Direct to container inkjet printing’ by Mike Soloway, Krone; - ‘Conventional and inkjet printing trends and developments” by Gallus-Heidelberg; - ‘Crystal: The development of a photopolymer based additive printing process’ by Anthony Carignano, ACTEGA

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