ESMA plans inkjet conference this September

ESMA, a non-profit European association for manufacturers of screen and digital print technology, will hold a conference in Germany this September covering all aspects of inkjet engineering from digital asset management to fluids and chemistry.

The two-day event should provide a useful forum for everyone involved in inkjet, from technology suppliers, research institutions, integration experts and OEM’s from different market sectors to network together.  There will be a number of presentations, as well as a table top exhibition area.

Peter Buttiens, CEO of ESMA comments: “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.”

The conference has been split into three tracks: Inkjet engineering, including Fluid systems, Precision engineering, Print heads, Digital Asset Management, RIPs, colour calibration and workflow; Fluids, incluidng Ink components, Nano particles, Laboratory equipment, Rheometers, Particle size analysers, Conductive inks, Aqueous inks and UV inks; The academic track, which is open to all universities and non-commercial research institutes to present their work.

The Inkjet Conference will be held in the Swissôtel in Neuss (Düsseldorf), Germany, from September 30 to October 1 2014. There’s a dedicated website: www.TheIJC.com, and Esma will be at both the Interpack and Fespa Digital shows this month. The event costs €585, plus accommodation from €135-160.

 


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