Running from 8.30am-1pm, this forum tackles the latest developments for industrial inkjet and is provided at no additional cost to attendees of the IMI Inkjet Technology Showcase.
There is a quiet revolution sweeping through the manufacturing world, and industrial inkjet is set to transform decorative, packaging and functional applications within manufacturing production.
But what sector is set to be the next to adopt inkjet?
The InPrint Industrial Print Forum provides answers with a review of advances made in inkjet for décor, packaging and functional markets, and ready to shape the next generation of industrial inkjet applications.
InPrint Forum Speaker Programme:
Frank Janssen, Head of 4D Print, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen (Germany) presents ‘Introducing the Revolutionary Omnifire’. Omnifire is a digital solution to decorate three-dimensional objects. Frank will describe the groundbreaking technology of 4D printing with Omnifire, which combines advanced Inkjet technology with high-precision robotics. The modular approach of the Omnifire model range ensures a high level of flexibility for different objects, surfaces and applications – customized to the manufacturer’s needs and requirements. He will provide insight into the technology and vision for this new inkjet machine
Patrick Morrissey from EFI (USA) will present EFI’s ‘World of Industrial Inkjet’ with insight into applications and technologies from EFI’s growing portfolio of industrial print technology leveraging many contactless print technologies.
Marvin Foreman from Tonejet (UK) presents ‘Removing Barriers in Small Batch Canning’ – A drinks case study. According to the InPrint 2016 Survey and Report, direct to shape is the key rising star application. Marvin presents an alternative approach to packaging decoration, focused upon smaller craft drink production, a market receptive to innovation and removing the barriers of small batch production.
Christophe Bulliard from Sensient Technologies (Switzerland) will present ‘Digital Printing Technologies for Textiles with Water-based Inks’. Sensient has been a key leader in the development of inks for digital textile production – Christophe’s talk provides latest updates and innovations for this dynamic sector and the trends encouraging change.
Marvin Jensen from Mankiewicz (Germany) - CYCONJET Industrial UV-Inks : What is the value proposition that industrial customers are looking for from Inkjet & how great partnerships is the key to success? Marvin will to go into detail on the example of their partnership with Fermac Glass (www.fermac.it) with whom they have developed a digital solution for glass decoration.
To book your place at the InPrint USA Industrial Print Forum, click here http://www.inkjettechshowcase.com/registration