Industrial Print Integration Conference

|   NanoInk News

18./19 May 2022, Düsseldorf-Neuss

IPI 2022 features a total of 50 presentations during two days on parallel tracks. Each morning the conference opens with inspiring keynote speeches which show the potential of printing in modern market applications. Stijn Gillissen of Henkel will present the latest smart solutions enabled by printed electronics. Dr Yinghuan Kuang from the research centre Imec will talk about the perovskite coating design for solar cells and its upscaling in the industry. Two keynotes, delivered by Kuka and FPT Robotik, will highlight the integration between robotics, printing and additive manufacturing.


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About IPI

For decades, specialist printing has been the source of industrial application solutions: Healthcare and pharmaceuticals, automotive, printed electronics, Internet of Things but also the growing success of additive techniques have established print as a manufacturing solution. The expansion of fluid deposition systems on diverse surfaces and across various markets have proven how versatile printing can be. But many applications are only at the beginning of this integration process, learning the power of expanding, combining, or evolving technologies.

The goal of Industrial Print Integration is to introduce industry partners to a world of new manufacturing possibilities. IPI wants to show the adaptability of a number of print processes from large to small, from ultra-precision to high speed, from volume production to customisation and “mass customisation”. ESMA members and partners – manufacturers, suppliers, providers and consultants, all of them leading print technology experts – are best placed to showcase and explain the disrupting power of print.

IPI brings together experts from all industrial print technologies to consult on best case options as well as to provide tips on new developments, allowing manufacturers to compare strengths and identify best practices. Screen and pad printing, inkjet, spray coating, as well as other jetting techniques are all welcome to offer their solutions to today’s market’s crucial issues, including technology, sustainability and new business models.