A selection of high quality 1.5 day technical courses on topics of interest within inkjet printing, including the world-famous Inkjet Academy. The IMI Europe Inkjet Summer School is the ideal way to gain a more detailed understanding of a specific technology area, with six courses presented by experts in their field.
IMI Europe will be hosting a technology workshop at the Shanghai International Digital Printing Industry Fair, entitled "The Technology of Digital Ink & Digital Print Head".
The TCM Decorative Surfaces Conference is being held in Hamburg, Germany from 28-29 March and includes talks from designers, suppliers and technologists. Tim Phillips of IMI Europe will be among the speakers, with a talk entitled 'The Latest Inkjet Technology for Digital Printing of Decorative Surfaces'.
The IMI Europe Inkjet Engineering Conference is a new one-day technical conference devoted to components and techniques for digital printing system development and production. The event is aimed at inkjet system developers across applications including packaging, textiles, graphics, industrial and functional printing.
The IMI Europe Inkjet Winter Workshop is the ideal way to learn more about inkjet technology, with an in-depth look at key aspects of digital printing application development. Courses include single pass inkjet system design, inkjet drop behaviour and inkjet ink manufacturing.
The IMI Europe Digital Printing Conference 2016 is the strategic business and technical conference for the digital inkjet printing industry. It includes market and application overviews from senior executives and analysts, as well as the latest technology developments covering printheads, inks, software and other areas.
Market Reports Live are half-day market & technology briefings on important digital applications - vital information in an easily-digestible form. The sessions offer market and technology forecasts from leading industry analysts, plus the opportunity to ask questions.
The Society for Imaging Science & Technology Printing for Fabrication 2016 event includes short courses from Mike Willis of Pivotal Resources/IMI Europe and Tim Phillips of Catenary Solutions/IMI Europe on topics including printheads and digital textile printing.
In this course you can learn how to develop a functional printing application, including inkjet printhead selection, formulating an ink with functional materials, and jetting functional fluids on to a substrate. The course is led by Dr Neil Chilton of Printed Electronics Ltd.
This course is designed for those wishing to develop or source inkjet inks, or interested in commissioning their development and manufacture. It will help you understand the issues of development and testing, scale-up for manufacture and the manufacturing processes themselves. The course is led by Dr Simon Daplyn and Vincent Wright of Sensient Technologies.
This course gives an introduction to the main technology behind the fast growing market for digital textile printing using inkjet technology. The main applications for digital textile printing and their technology requirements are reviewed, along with the key ink chemistries and hardware and software integration considerations. Course leaders include Dr Simon Daplyn of Sensient Technologies.
The Inkjet Ink Characterisation course gives an excellent introduction to essential areas of ink property measurement including rheometry, dispersion particulate analysis, drop visualisation and print quality assessment presented by industry experts from leading suppliers and institutions in the field.
The aim of this course is to couple the characteristics of droplet formation and landing, spreading and permeation to the acoustics of the fluidics of the printhead. The course leader is Prof Dr Frits Dijksman, University of Twente, Netherlands.
This one-and-a-half day course has been attended by over 3,000 people in the past 17 years. Presented by Mike Willis of Pivotal Resources and Dr Alan Hudd of Alchemie Technology, the course covers all of the basics of inkjet technology.
A selection of high quality 1.5 day technical courses on topics of interest within inkjet printing, including the Inkjet Academy. The IMI Europe Inkjet Summer School is the ideal way to gain a more detailed understanding of a specific technology area, with six courses presented by experts in their field.
Following short presentations by our event sponsors, end the day by networking at our cocktail reception. Attendance is included in the IT Strategies Executive Conference and Inkjet Academy fees. You can also register to attend the reception only.
Office revenue decline is accelerating, and the emerging industrial and production digital markets are poised to gain scale. They need new technology and participation by the Japanese digital print industry.