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Ink Jet Conference Explores Expanding Industry

12 Dec, 2006

Ink Jet Conference Explores Expanding Industry

The Information Management Institute, Inc. announces the upcoming 16th Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference being held January 31-February 2, 2007 and The Ink Jet Academy: Theory of Ink Jet Technology being held January 29-30, 2007; both at the Radisson Orlando Resort – Celebration in Kissimmee, Florida.

The conference program and format is designed to provide attendees with the most up-to-date trends in printhead advancements, ink technology and application developments that are shaping the future of the expanding ink jet industry.

Among the key topics to be covered in over twenty presentations are: printhead developments for advancing applications such as digital fabrication, digital coating, packaging, materials deposition and many others; many advancements in energy curing inks; the introduction and opportunities for nanomaterials based inks; electronics and software developments for driving print engines; volumetric control advances for high viscosity materials, exploration of many new industrial ink jet applications and markets plus numerous other exciting topics key to ink jet’s future growth.

“IMI’s annual program is the only 2007 U.S. program devoted entirely to a comprehensive assessment of the ink jet industry’s future” says Conference Co-Chairman Dr. Ross N. Mills of imaging Technology international (Boulder, Colorado). Dr. Mills also states, “IMI’s annual Ink Jet Printing Conference enables attendees to gain an understanding of the key issues, barriers and drivers that are crucial to participating in the successful advancement of ink jet technology into new and diverse applications.”

The complete program agenda, registration details and a downloadable color brochure can be found on IMI’s web site www.imiconf.com

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