Archipelago to speak at the European Digital Textile Conference in Frankfurt in January 2018
Guy Newcombe will be speaking on “Adding Functionality to Textiles” at the European Digital Textile Conference on 10 January 2018 in the Frankfurt Messe.
[News item published 2 January 2018]
Archipelago to open session on inkjet enabled manufacturing at InPrint 2017 Munich
Ben Brebner will be presenting “Hot Stuff: How Powerdrop’s heated print drum is enabling high volume manufacturing” at 1.30pm on Wednesday 15 November at InPrint 2017 in the Messe Munich.
[News item published 30 October 2017]
Archipelago to give keynote talk at the inkjet conference in Düsseldorf
Dan Mace will be presenting “Widening the window: Powerdrop’s approach to opening up inkjet” at the inkjet conference in Düsseldorf on 25 October 2017.
[News item published 26 September 2017]
Archipelago to speak at IMI Digital Print Europe Conference in Barcelona
Charlie Stokes of Archipelago will be presenting “Powerdrop: Enabling inkjet to Excel” at the IMI Digital Print Europe conference in Barcelona between 20-21 September 2017.
[News item published 14 July 2017]
Archipelago to speak at TFT Forum in Karlsruhe, Germany
Guy Newcombe of Archipelago will be presenting “Powerdrop: a different way of jetting difficult materials” at the Thin Film Technology Forum in Karlsruhe on Friday 2 June 2017.
[News item published 24 May 2017]
Archipelago to exhibit and present at InPrint in Milan
The company will be exhibiting at the InPrint 2016 Industrial Print Show.
The show will be held in Milan, 15-17 November. Details of the event are available from InPrint’s website (www.inprintshow.com).
Our CEO, Guy Newcombe, will be presenting on the first afternoon. The title of his presentation is ‘Make your inkjet system work harder for you — three easy wins’.
[News item published 9 November 2016]
Ejecting high-performance materials:
further details on Archipelago’s presentation at The Inkjet Conference
The abstract for Guy Newcombe’s presentation, announced below, runs as follows:
Inkjet is moving into large-scale, industrial, applications. This is leading to greater demands on the appearance, function, and performance of the printed surface – which requires the use of engineered materials such as glazes, high-performance adhesives, and tough paints.
To meet this demand we have developed Powerdrop. Powerdrop is designed to eject a wide range of high performance materials, including ceramic glaze, hot melt adhesive and industrial paints.
The Powerdrop print engine is highly scalable in terms of width and linear speed and will enable inkjet to excel in these important markets.
[News item published 20 July 2016.]
Guy Newcombe to present Powerdrop to the 3rd Annual Inkjet conference
Details of Guy’s presentation will follow on this page.
[News item published 15 July 2016.]
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