Event will take place February 3-5 in Arizona; will focus not only on inkjet’s latest developments but also its progression into new applications and markets.
IMI’s 19th Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference will take place February 3-5, 2010 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Resort in Chandler, Arizona (near Phoenix). The conference will focus not only on inkjet’s latest developments but also its progression into new applications and markets.
Conference sessions will include:
• Inkjet Markets: Size, Structure, and Trends;
• The Route to Inkjet Industrialization;
• The Latest Industrial Inkjet Printheads;
• The Future of Inkjet Inks: Where Next?;
• UV LED: The Good, the Bad, and the Truth;
• The Paradigm Shift to Single Pass;
• Inkjet Color Pricing: Putting a Value on Color;
• And others.
The program will features presentations from various industry companies and market experts including: Chem-Dyne Research Corporation, Chimigraf Asia-Pacific, Cyan Group, Fujifilm Dimatix, EXFO, Hewlett Packard, ImageXpert, Imtech, Industrial Inkjet, I.T. Strategies, Dr. Ross N. Mills, Nordson UV, Ocè North America, Pivotal Resources, Riso, Sensient Colors UK, Sony Corporation, Stork Veco, SunJet, TTP, Xaar, and Xennia Technology.
Registration fee for the Ink Jet Printing Conference: $1095 (discounts for additional registrants from the same company); registration includes all sessions, program continental breakfast, lunch, reception, and coffee breaks plus a course reference binder. The complete program agenda, presentation outlines, a downloadable color brochure, and online registration can be found on the IMI website.
Note: IMI is also holding three additional conferences in the same week in the same locale: the Toner Printing Conference (February 1-3), the Thermal Printing Conference (February 1-3), and its Ink Jet Academy: Theory of Ink Jet Technology (February 1-2), which is designed to provide a primer on the inkjet field as well as an update on technology developments.
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