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The Inkjet Conference confirms initial speakers

The Inkjet Conference (TheIJC), an event that focuses on the latest developments in inkjet technologies, has revealed its initial speaker list and programme for this October’s edition.

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More than 60 speakers are scheduled to appear at The Inkjet Conference 2019

This year’s event will take place from October 29th to 30th at the Crowne Plaza Düsseldorf in Germany, with more than 60 speakers due to feature.

Among the sessions that have been confirmed include Joshua Howard of Kodak focusing on ‘A system’s approach to creating high quality output: The importance of an Image Quality System’, while Sarah Canning from Fujifilm Ink Solutions will look at ‘Inks for MEMS printheads: Challenges and opportunities’.

Steve Knight, director of Digital Direct Technologies, the co-organiser of TheIJC, comments: “Within the community that meets at TheIJC we look at a chain of events: the core technology, the integration, the equipment and the market application.

With over 60 presentations, the conference covers all areas and explores the links between them

“Each development or evolution in the core technology is assessed against the application and the market requirements. Some core technology developments will revolutionise the application, whilst the same core technology development will be irrelevant in another market.

“With over 60 presentations, the conference covers all areas and explores the links between them.”

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