At the IMI Europe Digital Printing Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 30 Nov – 1 Dec, part of the conference programme was a panel discussion with industry experts discussing the potential impact of recent political upheavals on the inkjet printing industry.
IMI Europe began its Summer School programme of courses in 1999 in Cambridge, UK. Mike Willis discusses how these programmes have developed and the latest courses available in Barcelona later this month.
Production speed is an ever-present challenge in digital printing, and is often exacerbated by thermal management challenges. Bart van Liempd of Exergen explains how the use of their thermal management sensors and equation can help boost production speeds.
Marc Torrey, VP, Product R&D and Marketing, FUJIFILM Dimatix, looks at some of the key issues and questions regarding Si MEMS printheads.
Sander Jansen, CEO Changeventure and former CEO Scanlaser, describes how cut sheet inkjet has transformed the educational book printing industry in the last few years.
Mike Willis of IMI Europe discusses the uncertainty in the current political climate and how this may affect the inkjet industry. This issue will be discussed in a special panel session at the IMI Europe Digital Printing Conference in Amsterdam at the end of the month.
UV curing is an important technology used in many applications. This article reviews the key features of UV LED technology and how it compares with conventional mercury arc lamps.
Marcus Timson of InPrint previews his talk at IMI Europe’s Digital Printing Conference in Amsterdam, where he will be joined by Giorgio Macor of Kuei. They discuss why, in the light of significant innovations in the industry, we are not seeing more obvious evidence that inkjet is being adopted as a technology for décor printing?