Anyone seeking to understand the future of inkjet printing will be looking closely at the presentations and developments taking place this week at the 2018 Inkjet Conference.
This international event will bring academic experts and industry thought leaders together for an interactive discussion on the latest advances and future developments driving digital print. These presentations will cover a variety of topics related to inkjet, including engineering, fluid and ink components.
Memjet is proud to share its expertise at this event. Tom Roetker, vice president of engineering at Memjet, will be presenting on DuraLink on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 6:00 PM CST.
“Today, users of digital printing technology expect print quality equal to offset printing,” says Tom. “This is true even in commercial printing environments. As a result, the consistency of page wide inkjet technology is critically important to meeting the high expectations of the commercial printing market.”
At his presentation, Tom will discuss how to improve quality through an integrated approach that delivers advancements in printhead design, fluidics control, embedded control electronics, and software. He will use Memjet’s DuraLink thermal inkjet platform as an example of an implementation of an integrated system approach that offers increased printing quality and robustness needed for digital inkjet to serve the commercial printing market.
The Future of Inkjet
You can read more about the DuraLink developments in this recent update.