ESMA will hold its Inkjet Conference™ that covers all aspects of inkjet engineering from Digital Asset Management to Fluids and Chemistry in the Swissôtel in Neuss (Düsseldorf), Germany, from 30 September to 1 October 1 2014. It is designed to help delegates discover the developments in print heads and precision engineering.
The conference is an ideal opportunity to connect with technology suppliers, research institutions, integration experts, as well as OEM’s from different market sectors, in what has become a rapidly growing billion euro business.
Peter Buttiens, CEO of ESMA said, ‘ESMA has been organising conference over the past seven years in different fields such as Computer-To-Screen (CTS), GlassPrint, Membrane switch, Advanced Functional and Industrial printing. We have become the knowledge hub for the printing industry to bring together printing technology in different segments of the industry and promote overall industrial decoration and printing solutions. The time has come to focus even more on digital inkjet in an era of rapidly changing technology in a fast developing world. Inkjet technology is impacting the economies of major industries worldwide. The capabilities of more specific adapted and bespoke inkjet solutions are required to deliver flexibility, cost-reductions as well as new market and production needs.’
The two-day event will offer a three track educational conference developed specifically for Inkjet equipment manufacturers.
Track One: Inkjet engineering, Fluid systems, Precision engineering, Print heads, Digital Asset Management RIPs, colour calibration and workflow.
Track Two: Fluid , Ink components, Nano particles, Laboratory equipment, Rheometers, Particle size analysers, Conductive inks, Aqueous inks and UV inks.
Track Three: Academic track is open to all universities and non-commercial research institutes to present their work.
Buttiens continued, ‘The Inkjet Conference will bring 60 presentations across the three tracks, seven VIP rooms, training room and master classes as well as a table top exhibition with 55 companies. It will be not only the networking opportunity of the year but also the place to see all the necessary technology in one spot and the fertile breeding ground for new disruptive innovation and development.’
There is the ability for companies and academic institutions to supply technical papers, that are non-commercial in nature and offer a clear explanation to enable a broadly technical audience, to have a good understanding of the presented topic. Given the multi-discipline environment of inkjet, with engineers, chemists, printers, a glossary of terms will aid understanding.
There are table top opportunities or VIP room access available at the conference. Please contact the company for further details.