With less than a month to go, The Inkjet Conference (TheIJC) confirms the most involving agenda in the event’s history as ESMA has announced that it will host a new conference, covering all aspects of inkjet engineering, designed to help delegates discover the latest developments in print heads and precision engineering.
With over 50 presentations, six workshop sessions and countless networking opportunities at almost 70 tabletops will fill the Swissotel in Neuss, Düsseldorf on 4-6 October 2016.
Reports notes that the Inkjet Conference which is sponsored by MS Italy, is an ideal opportunity to connect with hundreds of developers, technologists, researchers, innovation managers and decision makers.
According to Steve Knight, co-founder of TheIJC, “Since its inauguration in 2014, we’ve observed how the core technology and know-how presented at the conference evolves into world leading digital presses. We see all aspects of print and pre-press evolving into a single system.”.
TheIJC 2016 starts on the 4th of October with a series of inkjet workshops to be chaired by industry experts and renowned researchers and will focus on introduction to inkjet, waveform tuning, colour management, functional fluids, specialty effects in textiles and inkjet in packaging.