IMI Europe Inkjet Winter Workshop 2017
23-27 January 2017
Tryp Apolo Hotel, barcelona, Spain
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. A brief summary of each of the 2017 courses is shown below - go to the individual course pages to find out more. Discounts are available for attending more than one course, or if your company is sending more than one person to the event - see the registration page for details.
Free HP Demo Center visit
We are pleased to announce that a free visit to the Hewlett Packard Demo Centre in Barcelona is available for people attending our Inkjet Winter Workshop from 23-27 January 2017. Join us at 18.00 on 24 January for a trip to the HP facility for a Products & Applications tour.
HIGH SPEED INKJET SYSTEM DESIGN AND PROCESS DEVELOPMENt
Monday 23 - Tuesday 24 January, 2017
This course is led by Rob Rogers of Print3 Technologies (formerly of FUJIFILM Dimatix and EFI Jetrion). It provides an introduction to the challenges of single pass inkjet printer design and process development. It gives a proven framework for development plus practical recommendations on key design areas, testing and solutions to common development mistakes.
How ink behaves on, in and above surfaces during inkjet printing
Wednesday 25 - Thursday 26 January, 2017
This course covers the detailed behaviour of ink drops during inkjet printing, both in flight and when interacting with surfaces, providing a conceptual understanding of complex processes affecting print quality. The course leaders are Dr Emma Talbot, Dr Stephen Hoath and Dr Cristina Rodriguez-Rivero of the University of Cambridge.
MANUFACTURING INKS FOR PERFORMANCE & RELIABILITY
Thursday 26 - Friday 27 January, 2017
This course covers the issues of inkjet ink design, development and testing, scale-up for manufacture and manufacturing itself. It also covers ink plant design and commercial considerations. The course is led by Dr Simon Daplyn and John Tardrew of Sensient Imaging Technologies (formerly Xennia Technology).