The digitalization of our world is in full swing and printing technologies are a vital part of this transformation due to their role in customized supply chains. Not only is printing extending out of its classic habitat to produce breath-taking color on products, but it strongly enables the incorporation of electrical, optical, and mechanical functionalities into the manufacturing of industrial products. Printing processes and systems approaches are now being used to build multi-functional 3D objects and enhance sensitivity in healthcare applications.
Printing for Fabrication gives attendees the chance to look closer at the transformative innovations in the print eco-system, from printing techniques and their physics to evolutions in print machinery for 2D and 3D printing to advances in printing materials, quantitative measurement, and modeling, as well as all the applications enabled by the interplay of all these fields
This conference offers a variety of ways to broaden your perspective on printing with technical presentations and short courses, an exhibit, demonstration session, and many networking events.
Join academics, researchers, developers, manufacturers, and distributors who work in this cross-functional world to exchange findings and ideas that support the development and success of printing techniques. Your thoughts on how to build a better and more comprehensive/profound conference are welcome. Contact the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come to San Francisco and be part of the next wave of innovations in the print eco-system.
Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts of original work on the following topics:
Fundamental Science and Technology of Printing Systems
Printing Materials and Material Interaction
Printed Electronic Functionalities
Printing for Textiles and Nonwovens
Inkjet Printing onto Non-flat Objects
Printing of Biological Materials and Pharmaceuticals