One of the most difficult aspects of developing reliable inkjet inks is creating a stable dispersion of particles within the ink. This applies to inks containing pigments for colour applications but equally to inks containing other particles for functional deposition applications, which are becoming increasingly important.
Inkjet industry cyclists Mark Ritchie (formerly of Xaar), Tim Phillips of IMI Europe and Neil Stickland of Global Inkjet Systems recently put their heads together with a view to widening inkjet and industrial print activities in a more physically active direction.
Mike Willis of IMI Europe and Pivotal Resources gives some background on the Society for Imaging Science and Technology and their Printing for Fabrication 2016 event, being held in Manchester, UK on 12-16 Sept.
Or is it? Tim Phillips of IMI Europe explains why this needn't necessarily be the case ...
Mike Willis of Pivotal Resources looks at the new printhead from Xaar and its likely position in the market.
Mike Willis spots a product that isn't getting as much attention as some of the major launches at Drupa.
Mike Willis, Managing Director of Pivotal Resources, explains that it’s a lot more than just printheads and inks.
Mike Willis, Managing Director of Pivotal Resources, believes this year’s show will be evolution not revolution.