“Innovations in Industrial Inkjet” will be live streamed on Tuesday September 12 at 1 p.m. ET
Industrial printing requires compatibility with substrates such as glass, ceramics, plastics, and metals, as well as different topologies. A range of inkjet solutions have entered the market to tackle different surfaces in interesting ways. This webinar will dig into the demanding requirements of several aspects of 2D (and 2.5D) industrial printing and highlight new market entrants meeting these needs.
“Innovations in Industrial Inkjet” will showcase the latest releases of printheads, inks, printbars and complete industrial press solutions that are opening up new opportunities for printing companies and driving down costs for industrial product manufacturers. Our expert presenters have hands-on experience with industrial inkjet applications and enthusiasm to share their knowledge. Attendees will learn about:
- Print expectations for industrial applications such as automotive, building materials, décor, direct-to-shape and more
- Technology capabilities driving substrate compatibility and efficiency for industrial markets
- Market drivers of industrial development and technology adoption
- The latest product releases driving scale and speed in industrial markets
This webinar will be useful for industrial producers of décor, containers, flooring, and ceramics as well as developers of printing solutions for these and other industrial applications. Also interesting for anyone wanting to learn how inkjet is pushing the boundaries of jetting and fluid compatibility.
Join Mark Bale, Terry Clayton and Elizabeth Gooding Tuesday, September 12 at 1 p.m. ET to learn about the latest and greatest innovations in industrial inkjet.
About Inkjet Insight
Inkjet Insight tracks the capabilities of production inkjet solutions for commercial printing, books, customer communications, packaging and industrial print applications as well as methods and opportunities for developing bespoke inkjet solutions.
We provide unbiased data and requirements gathering tools for companies evaluating inkjet plus downloadable tools and guidance to help companies assess print quality and educate customers and sales teams. Print buyers who want to understand print supplier capabilities and market trends will also benefit. We conduct ongoing research with inkjet users and their customers to educate and inform the industry.
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Mark Bale, Director Inkjet Integration DoDxAct Ltd
Mark Bale is a leading inkjet expert offering laboratory services, technical consulting and training on industrialized manufacturing applications of inkjet technology. Specializing in piezoelectric drop-on-demand technologies, Mark focuses on print head testing, waveform optimization, and print prototyping materials to support the client’s R&D efforts in fields as diverse as packaging, electronics, apparel, and DNA printing. He is a contributing analyst with Inkjet Insight sharing his expertise on the foundations of inkjet development and innovative industry trends.
Terry Clayton, PhD.
Terry Clayton is the owner and lead chemist of Summit Analytical Lab, where he helps clients formulate inks, coatings, building materials, and pharmaceutical compositions. He has developed multiple blockbuster products for companies across several industries. Prior to starting Summit Analytical, Dr. Clayton was the Director of Ink Development for EFI and Vice President at Chromatic Technologies. He has deep expertise with inkjet, inks and coatings and their application to applications such as pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and building materials. He has demonstrated success guiding companies who are navigating from analog to digital manufacturing.
Elizabeth Gooding, Editor and Co-founder Inkjet Insight
Elizabeth works with a team of top analysts to create the tools, data and content on InkjetInsight.com. She also leads the consulting initiatives of Insight Forums where she has managed design teams on complex transaction and direct mail design projects, selected outsourcers for major brands and consulted with numerous print OEMs and their customers. Previously, she established the first CCM Software-As-Services platform for Art Plus Technology where she was President and CEO. Elizabeth was a founding member of the Inkjet Summit Advisory Board and the co-author of an award-winning book on designing for inkjet. A curious consultant, she constantly seeks innovative ways for printers, marketers and designers to hone their craft and drive new volume and applications onto inkjet presses.