Program Announced for 19th Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference
CARRABASSETT VALLEY, ME—December 11, 2009—Information Management Institute, Inc. announces the program for IMI’s 19th Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference being held February 3-5, 2010. This annual conference is included in IMI’s Digital Printing World 2010 Conferences the week of February 1-5, 2010 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Resort in Chandler (Phoenix), AZ.
The unique annual conference program and format focuses on the most up-to-date technology developments, enabling technologies, market and application analyses and development scenarios that are defining the future of the ink jet industry.
IMI President Al Keene announces, “This year’s program features presentations from leading companies and industry experts including Chem-Dyne Research Corp., Chimigraf Asia-Pacific, Cyan Group, Fujifilm Dimatix, EXFO, Hewlett Packard, ImageXpert, Imtech, Industrial Inkjet, I.T. Strategies, Consultant Dr. Ross N. Mills, Nordson UV, Oce North America, Pivotal Resources, Riso, Sensient Colors UK, Sony Corp., Stork Veco, SunJet, TTP, Xaar and Xennia Technology. In addition to the program, extensive networking time enables conference registrants to create and renew relationships with key industry participants in a time and cost effective manner.”
In conjunction with the conference, IMI is sponsoring the Ink Jet Academy: Theory of Ink Jet Technology on February 1-2, 2010 at the same location. This course, led by scientists from Pivotal Resources and Xennia Technology — two Cambridge, UK companies with worldwide reputations in the ink jet industry and with a proven track record – has been attended by over 2,000 registrants over the past ten years. There simply is not a better or more cost effective way to obtain the latest information that is defining the future of ink jet technology as applications continue to expand.
Keene continues “IMI’s annual program is the only 2010 U.S. program devoted entirely to a comprehensive assessment of the ink jet industry’s future. It 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.”