The InkJet Conference (EU)

16-17 Oct 2018
Crowne Plaza Düsseldorf, Neuss
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In its 5th edition, TheIJC is established as an education and networking platform for over 500 OEMs, engineers, chemists, integrators, brand owners and researchers. 60 presentations on three tracks and 90 stands in the tabletop area provide a venue for all those who look into the future of digital printing.

Since its inauguration in 2014, TheIJC (The Inkjet Conference) has grown to 525 participants coming from 23 countries. More than 60 world leading authorities explain technologies which find way into the existing and future printing systems – for all industrial applications. From scientific papers on jetting reliability through to the latest innovations in software and printheads, attendees can expect the latest core technology developments that are introduced into the top products.
 
As inkjet enters a new era, there are three key areas of development: speed, image quality and reliability. Breakthrough findings enabling OEM equipment manufactures to address these areas will be presented at TheIJC. Ink formulation, fluids, and the chemistry surrounding inkjet now have their own track. Another conference track is focused on hardware and software, with the third track focused on academic research and innovation. The opening plenary sessions cover printhead architecture.
 

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