NIP29 Printing as Part of Something Bigger

NIP29 Printing as Part of Something Bigger
Digital Fabrication 2013
29th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies
September 29 – October 3, 2013 • Seattle, Washington
Printing as
Part of Something
Bigger
General Chairs:
Steve Simske, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, and Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
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Early Registration Deadline: September 3, 2013
Sponsored by the
Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) and the
Imaging Society of Japan (ISJ)
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
NIP29
NIP29 / Digital Fabrication 2013
Conference
Exhibitors *
Conference
Sponsors *
7-SIGMA, Inc.
Amica Systems
BASF Corporation
Bühler Inc.
Cabot Corporation
Clariant Corporation
Coatema Coating Machinery
GmbH
Daicel Corporation
Digital Print CIC
Emerald Specialties Group
Epping GmbH
Esprix Technologies
Evonik Corporation
Fenner Precision, Inc.
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.
Hodogaya Chemical (U.S.A.) Inc.
Mearthane Products Corporation
NovaCentrix
OE-A (Organic Electronics
Association)
Orient Chemical Industries
Powdertech
Quality Engineering Associates
(QEA), Inc.
TAYCA CORPORATION
TH Group
Tonejet Limited
Wacker Chemie AG
*as of July 15, 2013
CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Hewlett-Packard Company
Xerox Corporation
There is still time to become an NIP29/Digital
Fabrication 2013 Exhibitor and/or Sponsor. Contact
Donna Smith ([email protected]) for details.
Table of Contents
SESSION SPONSOR
7-SIGMA, Inc.
Cabot Corporation
Ricoh Company Ltd
Xaar plc.
EVENT/PRODUCT SPONSOR
Esprix Technologies
Evonik Corporation
Image Science Associates
INGEDE e.V.
CONFERENCE DONOR
Quality Engineering Associates
(QEA), Inc.
TREK, INC./TREK JAPAN KK
ADVERTISER
Epping GmbH
INGEDE e.V.
*as of July 15, 2013
CORPORATE MEMBERS
SUSTAINING
Adobe Systems, Inc.
Canon Corporation, Inc.
Hewlett-Packard Company
Lexmark International, Inc.
Xerox Corporation
SUPPORTING
BASF Corporation
FUJIFILM Corporation
Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc.
TREK, INC./TREK JAPAN KK
Sponsors/Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . inside cover
Conference Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
The Venue: Seattle, WA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Conference Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Technical and Social Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Conference Week At-a-Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Short Course Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Hotel and Travel Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Conference Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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like to attend this year’s meeting, please
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Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
We invite you to join us in October in the world class city of
Seattle for the 29th International Conference on Digital
Printing Technologies (NIP) and Digital Fabrication 2013,
where Printing as Part of Something Bigger is the theme and
path forward for this exciting technical conference.
As digital printing technologies continue to evolve, incorporating more highly
variable, customized, and heavily manufactured processes, we see printing as central to the connection between the cyber and the physical worlds. Digital printing is
used to differentiate packaged goods through labeling, marketing collateral, and
packaging. Variable data printing is used to tag individual items, connecting them
to websites and other electronic workflows. Digital fabrication technologies—
covering areas from printed functionality, printed electronics, 3D printing to
biological printing and other processes—point the way to new commercial and
industrial applications.
This year’s conference provides a host of learning, networking, and technical knowledge enhancing opportunities. Publication Chairs Masahiko Fujii and Branka Lozo
have crafted an excellent program featuring parallel technical sessions that bring
cutting edge technological updates together with world-class applications and services.
Highlights of the conference include:
• A special full-day session on Digital Biology.
• Round table and group discussions on the Future of Digital Fabrication, Digital
Packaging, Industry/University Collaboration, Additive Manufacturing, and Late
Breaking News Success Stories.
• Opportunities to learn from 16 informative short courses on topics from 3D to cloud
printing.
• Four keynote talks from world-renowned experts in cloud and mobile printing,
biological printing, 3D printing, and digital fabrication.
• The Interactive Paper and Demonstration Session held in the Exhibit Hall during a
special Happy Hour.
• Exhibitors from companies providing products and services for the present and
future of digital printing and fabrication.
• Four days of multi-track technical sessions, featuring the latest printing and print
ecosystem technological advances.
• Three organized tours to Microsoft, Boeing, and the University of Washington.
• Welcome and Conference Receptions
Details of the entire conference begin on page 3.
—Steven J. Simske and Werner Zapka,
General Chairs, NIP29 and Digital Fabrication 2013
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NIP29 / Digital Fabrication 2013
The Venue: Seattle, Washington
NIP29/Digital Fabrication 2013 will take place at
the Westin Seattle Hotel in downtown Seattle, less
than two blocks from the city Monorail.
Condé Nast Traveler ranked Seattle as one of top
ten cities to visit in the US saying, “The ‘ample’
restaurants, coffee shops, music venues, and shopping, make Seattle a lively city and the views of
Olympic National Park make you never feel too far
from nature.”
Seattle is known for its ideal location on the shores
of Puget Sound, iconic Space Needle, and introducing the world to Starbucks coffee, but it is also
home to other distinguished companies such as
Amazon, Boeing, and Microsoft.
Locals are fanatics about their food. The city is
filled with award winning chefs and restaurants
whose menus span a wide range of cuisines and
fusion cooking. If you crave it, you will probably
find it here.
The famous Pike Place Market is less than a half
mile walk from the Westin. This nine-acre historic
center is internationally known for its fishmongers;
fresh, locally-produced food; and 200 independent small businesses and restaurants.
Within a mile of the Westin are the Space
Needle—with it’s fantastic 360° views of the city
and surrounding mountains—and the new and
“must see” Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition
hall featuring wondrous glassworks by worldrenowned glass blower Dale Chihuly. Also nearby
are the Seattle Art Museum, Pacific Science
Center, and Experience Music Museum.
All of this and so much more make Seattle the
perfect location for NIP29/Digital Fabrication
2013—a perfect opportunity to increase your professional knowledge while seeing another cultural
gem of the US. As late September weather can
range from a high of 71°F/22°C to a low of
53°F/ 16°C, we suggest you bring a jacket and
sweater to layer on during the evenings and an
umbrella for possible showers.
For information on the conference hotel, see page
23. For more information on Seattle, visit www.
visitseattle.org.
Conference Committee
General Chairs
Steven J. Simske, Hewlett-Packard
Laboratories
Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
Publicity Chairs
Asia & Oceania
Seogsoon Kim, UniJet Co., Ltd.
Shuichi Maeda, Tokai University
Publications Chairs
Masahiko Fujii, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Branka Lozo, University of Zagreb
Europe/Middle East
Patrick Smith, University of Sheffield
Program Chairs
Asia & Oceania
Teruaki Mitsuya, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Koei Suzuki, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Europe/Middle East
Mark Crankshaw, Xaar plc
Paul Drury, Xaar Technology Limited
The Americas
Thomas Boland, University of Texas
El Paso
George A. Gibson, Xerox Corp.
Special Papers/Topics
James W. Stasiak, Hewlett-Packard
Co.
Marie Vans, Hewlett-Packard Co.
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Demonstration Session
Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of
Technology
Jolke Perelaer, Friedrich-SchillerUniversität Jena
University Liaison Chair
Trevor Snyder, Xerox Corporation
The Americas
Audio-Visual Chair
Stan Farnsworth, NovaCentrix
Eric Stelter, Lexmark International, Inc. Steven V. Korol, Memjet
Special Topics
Steven V. Korol, Memjet
Advisory Chairs
Paul Benning, Hewlett-Packard Co.
Hitoshi Nakai, Brother Industries, Ltd.
Interactive Session Chairs
Ligia Bejat, Lexmark International, Inc. Steering Committee
Reinhard Baumann, Chair,
Dietmar Zipperer, PolyIC GmbH &
Fraunhofer Einrichtung for Electronic
Co. KG
Nano Systems, ENAS
Paul Benning, Hewlett-Packard Co.
Short Course Chairs
Masahiko Fujii, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Robert Harvey, AtomJet Ltd.
Suzanne Grinnan, IS&T
Devon J.V. Strain, Lexmark
Branka Lozo, University of Zagreb
International, Inc.
Steven J. Simske, Hewlett-Packard
Laboratories
Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
Technical and Social Program
All papers are oral unless marked as focal or interactive. Program is subject to change.
NEW CONFERENCE
REGISTRATION OPTIONS
SPECIAL EVENT: WELCOME RECEPTION
Kick off the conference by meeting friends and
collegues Sunday evening.
Sunday, September 29th
5:45 – 7:00 PM
Westin Seattle Hotel
Contact [email protected]
You can now choose to receive
complementary IS&T membership +
an online subscription to JIST or JEI
as one of your registration options.
See details, page 24.
Monday September 30, 2013
ALL TRACKS
OPENING CEREMONY AND KEYNOTE
E-PAPER
Session Chairs: Steven J. Simske, Hewlett-Packard
2:20 – 3:20 PM
Session Chair: Makoto Omodani, Tokai University
Laboratories, and Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
9:00 – 10:20 AM
Exploring the Potential of Additive Manufacturing/
3D Printing and the Move to Multi-Functionality
(Keynote), Richard Hague, EPSRC Centre for
Innovative Manufacturing in Additive Manufacturing
(UK)
APPLICATIONS TRACK
3D PRINTING
Session Chairs: Shinri Sakai, Tokyo University, and
Patrick Smith, University of Sheffield
10:50 AM – 2:20 PM
3D Printing: When and Where does it Make
Sense? (Extended Focal), Susanne Klein,
Guy Adams, and Fraser Dickin, Hewlett-Packard
Laboratories (UK), and Steven J. Simske, HewlettPackard Laboratories (USA)
Printing Objects, Steven E. Ready, Gregory
Whiting, and Tsa Nga Ng, Palo Alto Research
Center, Inc. (USA)
How to Select Digital Deposition Methods to
Meet 2D and 3D Application Requirements,
Vince Cahill and Patrice Giraud, VCE Solutions,
and Dene Taylor, SPF, Inc. (USA)
3D Printing of Self-Glazing Ceramic Materials:
An Investigation Inspired by Ancient Egyptian
Technology, David Huson, University of the West of
England (UK)
Line-on-Line Solidified Image Formation Analysis
for Inkjet and Digital Fabrication Purposes,
Trevor Snyder, Xerox Corporation, and Yongkang
Chen and Mark Weislogel, Portland State University
(USA)
The Effects of Tablet Devices on Reading to
Support Discussion: Analyzing Conversations of
Discussion, Kentaro Takano,1,2 Hirohito Shibata,1
Kengo Omura,1 Junko Ichino,2 Tomonori Hashiyama,2
and Shunichi Tano2; 1Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd. and 2The
University of Electro-Communications (Japan)
Reflective and Emissive Dual Mode Display Cell
with Electrochromism and Electrochemiluminescence, Norihisa Kobayashi, Yuichi Watanabe,
Yukie Ibata, and Kazuki Nakamura, Chiba
University (Japan)
Thermo-Switchable Imaging Medium Achieving
Both Emissive Reflective Modes, Kazuki Nakamura,
Yukino Kobayashi, Kenji Kanazawa, and Norihisa
Kobayashi, Chiba University (Japan)
DISPLAYS/SOLAR CELLS INTERACTIVE
PREVIEWS
Session Chair: Shinichi Nishi, Konica Minolta IJ
Technologies, Inc.
3:20 – 3:30 PM
Optimization of Titania Thickness of DyeSensitized Solar Cell (DSC) Utilizing Patterning
with Electrostatically-Injected Droplet (PELID)
Method (Interactive), Kyousuke Kosugi,1,2 Shinjiro
Umezu,1,2 Yuki Shimoyama,1 Yoshihito Kunugi,1
and Hitoshi Ohmori2; 1Tokai University and 2Riken
(Japan)
Luminescent Properties of High Color Rendering
Powder Electroluminescent Device (Interactive),
Toshifumi Satoh, Moriya Nasu, Chisa Suzuki, and
Takayuki Uchida, Tokyo Polytechnic University
(Japan)
ROUNDTABLE I AND II DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
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MATERIALS TRACK
IMAGE PERMANENCE AND PRINT QUALITY
Session Chairs: Hitoshi Nakai, Brother Industries, Ltd.;
Ingo Reinhold, Xaar Jet AB: Yoshihiko Shibahara, FUJIFILM
Corporation; and Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
10:50 AM – 3:05 PM
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Predicting Dynamic Characteristics of the Gear
Train in Laser Printers for Mechanical Halftone
Banding Analysis, Wonho Lee, Byoungho Yoo,
Younhan Kim, Jeongmin Na, Joonseong Woo,
Taehan Kim, and Changbae Park, Samsung
Electronics, Inc. (Korea)
Modeling Ink Diffusion within Paper to Achieve a
Raggedness Ruler for Print Quality Control
(Interactive), Ali Azin,1 Saeideh Gorji Kandi,2 and
Atasheh Soleimani Gorgani1; 1Institute for Color
Science and Technology and 2Amirkabir University
of Technology (Iran)
Introducing a New Method for Generating Test
Targets to Evaluate Printing Mottle (Interactive),
Ali Azin,1 Saeideh Gorji Kandi,2 and Atasheh
Soleimani Gorgani1; 1Institute for Color Science and
Technology and 2Amirkabir University of Technology
(Iran)
Mitigation of Pollution-Induced Deterioration of
Inkjet Prints through Low Temperature Storage,
Daniel Burge, Nino Gordeladze, and Douglas
Nishimura, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
The Determination of the Minimum Force to
Initiate Abrasion Damage of Digitally Printed
Documents and Photographs, Eugene Salesin and
Daniel Burge, Rochester Institute of Technology
(USA)
Subjective Assessment of Color Naturalness of
Objects Illuminated by LED Light Sources with
Various Color Rendering Index and Color
Temperature (Interactive), Yohei Sekita and
Makoto Omodani, Tokai University (Japan)
The Requirement of Map Digital Printing on
Digital Printing Machine (Interactive), Qiang Su,
Ruizhi Shi, and Xiao Zhou, Zhengzhou Institute of
Surveying and Mapping (China)
The Quality Control of Digital Workflow (Interactive), Bing Sun, Ruizhi Shi, Heng Liu, and Qiang
Su, Zhengzhou Institute of Surveying and Mapping
(China)
Color Appearance and Spatial Related Color
Gamut Mapping (Interactive), Guangxue Chen,
Xiaozhou Li, Qifeng Chen, Jinglei Tai, and Hao
Yin, South China University of Technology (China)
Study on Inkjet Printed Image Quality Analysis
and Evaluation System (Interactive), Guangxue
Chen, Yan Zhong, Qifeng Chen, Xiaomeng Cui,
and Chunjiang Jia, South China University of
Technology (China)
A Laser-Imageable Thin Coating Derived from
Polymer Nano-Particles Containing Infrared Dye
(Interactive), Jialing Pu, Weiwei Wang, and
Interpreting the Schedule
By knowing the amount of time allotted for
each type of presentation, you can estimate
when a particular presentation will occur.
Order and times are subject to change; exact
times will be published in the conference proceedings. On most days, 30-minute coffee
breaks occur sometime between 10:00–11:00
AM and 3:30–4:30 PM; lunch breaks are generally from 12:30–2:00 PM. Presentation
lengths include time for Q&A.
Keynote: 50 minutes
Extended Focal: 40 minutes
Focal: 30 minutes
Oral: 20 minutes
Interactive previews: 5 minutes
Zhongxiao Li, Beijing Institute of Graphic
Communication (China)
Parallel Software Design Enabling High-Speed
Reliability Testing of Inkjet Printheads, George
Ungureanu,1,2 Ingo Reinhold,1,2 Ingo Sander,2 and
Werner Zapka1,2; 1XaarJet AB and 2KTH Royal
Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Black-Box Models for Laser Electrophotographic
Printers—Recent Progress, Yanling Ju,1 Tamar
Kashti,2 Tal Frank,2 Dror Kella,2 Doron Shaked,3
Mani Fischer,3 Robert Ulichney,4 and Jan P.
Allebach1; 1Purdue University (USA), 2HewlettPackard Indigo (Israel), 3Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (Israel), and 4Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
(USA)
Experimental and Analytical Study of Dot Gain
between Elastic and Deformable Drums,
Tali Aqua,1 Naseem Yakov,1 Ido Finkelman,1
Einat Tirosh,1 Wael Salalha,1 Eric G. Nelson,2
Bruce Jackson,2 Slava Reznik,3 and Eyal Zussm3;
1
Hewlett-Packard Indigo (Israel), 2Hewlett-Packard
Indigo (USA), and 3Technion (Israel)
An Investigation into the Difficulties of ISO-24790
for Print Quality Assessment (Interactive),
Fatemeh Zeighami and Saeideh Gorji Kandi,
Amirkabir University of Technology (Iran)
FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS INTERACTIVE
PREVIEW
Session Chairs: as above
3:05 – 3:10 PM
Innovative Multi-Function Printable Film for
Windows (Interactive), Paul Heinzer, Heinzer
Consulting, and Patrick Le Galudec, Sihl AG
(Switzerland)
ROUNDTABLE I AND II DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
2013 KEYNOTES
MONDAY
Exploring the Potential of Additive
Manufacturing / 3D Printing and the
Move to Multi-Functionality
Richard Hague, EPSRC Centre for Innovative
Manufacturing in Additive Manufacturing
(UK)
TUESDAY
Sophisticated Point-of-Care Diagnostic
Devices based on 2D Paper Networks
Paul Yager, University of Washington (USA)
WEDNESDAY
Printing Evolution in a World Dominated by
Mobile Devices
Phil McCoog, Hewlett-Packard Company
(USA)
THURSDAY
3 Dimensional Prints (3DP) of Artificial Cell
Structures
Shinjiro Umezu, Tokai University (Japan)
Effect of Nicotinic Acid as Toner on Photothermographic Materials based on Silver Benzotriazole
(Interactive), Yao Shi, Zhi Li, Qinghua Liang,
Wangjing Ma, and Xinmin Yang, Chinese
Academy of Science (China)
SECURITY PRINTING
Session Chairs: Alan Hodgson, 3M UK PLC, and
Shigeru Kitakubo, Nippon Institute of Technology
2:00 – 3:35 PM
Progressive Barcode Applications (Focal),
A. Marie Vans, Steven J. Simske, and Brad Loucks,
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (USA)
Circular Coding for Data Embedding (Focal),
Robert Ulichney, Matthew Gaubatz, and Steven J.
Simske, Hewlett-Packard Company (USA)
Challenges in Security Printing (Focal),
Alan Hodgson, 3M UK PLC (UK), and Steven J.
Simske, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (USA)
Rare Earth Nanocrystals for Secure Documentation (Interactive), Howard Bell, Josh Collins, and
Thijs Spoor, Intelligent Material Solutions, Inc. (USA)
ROUNDTABLE I AND II DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
PROCESSES FOR APPLICATIONS
TRACK
FUSING, CURING, AND DRYING
PROCESSES TRACK
INK JET PROCESSES
Sponsored by 7-SIGMA, Inc.
Session Chairs: Michael Hook, Xaar Technology Ltd.;
Session Chair: Oh Hyun Baek, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
Mineo Kaneko, Canon Inc.; Hiroyuki Onishi, Seiko Epson
10:50 AM – 12:10 PM
Corporation; and Emma Talbot, University of Durham
Sponsored by Xaar plc.
10:50 AM – 3:40 PM
Determination of Dryness of Water-based Inkjet
Ink Printing (Focal), Wade Eichhorn and Dave
Winters, 7-SIGMA, Inc. (USA)
Estimation of the Fusing Quality based on Simple
Toner Deformation Model (Focal), Satoshi Hasebe
and Daisuke Yoshino, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Surface Heating Fuser System for Laser Beam
Printer, Oh Hyun Baek, Keon Kuk, and Hee Moon
Jung, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Korea)
THERMAL PRINTING
Session Chair: Hirotoshi Terao, Alps Electric Co., Ltd.
12:10 – 12:40 PM
Investigation of Transient Temperature Response
of Papers in a Thermal Transfer Printer, Takashi
Fukue,1 Hirotoshi Terao,2 Koichi Hirose,1 Tomoko
Wauke,2 Hisashi Hoshino,2 Risa Ito,1 and Fumiya
Nakagawa1; 1Iwate University and 2ALPS Electronic
Co., Ltd. (Japan)
New Development of Multi-Purpose Heating Head
(Interactive), Hideo Taniguchi and Shigemasa
Sunada, HIT Devices Ltd. (Japan), and Jiro Oi,
HIT Devices Ltd. (USA)
Development of MONOLITH Inkjet Printhead
Equipped with a Large Monolithic Unimorph
Piezoelectric Actuator Unit (Focal), Kazuya
Yoshimura, Kyocera Corporation (Japan)
Bubble Entrapment and Stability in Complex
Passageways (Focal), Yongkang Chen,1 John Geile,1
Trevor Snyder,2 and Mark Weislogel1; 1Portland
State University and 2Xerox Corporation (USA)
Novel Reactive Dyes and Their Application onto
Textile Substrates by Inkjet Printing, Saira Faisal,
Long Lin, and Matthew Clark, University of Leeds
(UK)
Study of Effectors on the Tinting Strength of
Water-based Digital Printing Ink (Interactive),
Dan-Dan Wang, Xian-Fu Wei, Beiqing Huang,
Jiang-Hao Liu, and Ling Yang, Beijing Institute of
Graphic Communication (China)
Study on the Effect of Pigment Dispersion on
Water-based Ink Rheological Property (Interactive), Baowei Sun, Qufu Normal University, and
Xianfu Wei, Beiqing Huang, Lingya Gu, Dandan
Wang, and Xin Li, Beijing Institute of Graphic
Communication (China)
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Study on Abrasion Resistance of UV Curing
System (Interactive), Zhen-xing Zhang, Qufu
Normal University, and Beiqing Huang, Xian-fu
Wei, and Xiao Yang, Beijing Institute of Graphic
Communication (China)
Influence of Nozzle Characteristics and Parameters on the Drop State of UV-Curable Ink-Jet Ink
(Interactive), Xiao Yang, Beiqing Huang, and
Xianfu Wei, Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, and Zhenxing Zhang, Qufu Normal University
(China)
Development of Printing Method to Produce
High-Glossy Images with UV Inkjet Printer
(Interactive), Takuya Yamashita,1 Hironori
Hashizume,2 Masaru Ohnishi,2 and Takao Abe1;
1
Shinshu University and 2Mimaki Engineering Co.,
Ltd. (Japan)
Robot Arm Printer of Electrostatic Inkjet (Interactive), Shigeto Kawata, Tokai University, and
Shinjiro Umezu, Riken (Japan)
Spontaneous Capillarity-Driven Droplet Deployment,
Andrew Wollman,1 Trevor Snyder,2 Don Pettit,3 and
Mark Weislogel1; 1Portland State University, 2Xerox
Corporation, and 3NASA JSC (USA)
The Study of the Affect Factors on the Color
Fastness of Inkjet Printing Ink (Interactive),
Haiying Tian, Qufu Normal University, and Xianfu
Wei and Beiqing Huang, Beijing Institute of
Graphic Communication (China)
Study on the Curing Rate of UV-LED Inkjet Ink
(Interactive), Beiqing Huang,1 Qing Yi,2 Xian-fu
Wei,1 and Zong-ru Li1; 1Beijing Institute of Graphic
Communication and 2Nanjing Forestry University
(China)
Study on Initiator Efficiency of Photoinitiator in
Aerobic Environment (Interactive), Lingya Gu and
Beiqing Huang, Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, and Baowei Sun, Qufu Normal University
(China)
Research on the Adherence of the Water-based
Ink (Interactive), Fuzhong Zhang, Xianfu Wei,
Beiqing Huang, and Xin Li, Beijing Institute of
Graphic Communication (China)
Development of 16 Nozzle Electrohydrodynamic
Inkjet Printing Head, Kyoung Il Lee,1,2 ByungJik
Lim,1 Seong Hyun Kim,1 Churl Seung Lee,1 Jin Woo
Cho,1 and Yongtaek Hong2; 1Korea Electronics
Technology Institute and 2Seoul National University
(Korea)
Large Area Inkjet Printing for Organic Solar Cells
and OLEDs Using Non-Halogenated Ink Formulations, Tamara M. Eggenhuisen,1 Michiel J.J. Coenen,1 Thijs W.L. Slaats,1 Harrie Gorter,1 Jörgen
Sweelssen,2 and Pim Groen1,3; 1Holst Centre,
2
TNO, and 3Delft University of Technology (the
Netherlands)
The Dispersion and Surface Morphology of White
Water-based Ink (Interactive), Ying Gong, Beiqing
Huang, Xianfu Wei, and Jianghao Liu, Beijing
Institute of Graphic Communication (China)
The Impact of UV Inkjet Ink’s Viscosity on Line
Print Quality (Interactive), Wan Zhang, Xianfu
Wei, Beiqing Huang, and Xiao Yang, Beijing
Institute of Graphic Communication (China)
The Impact of Fluorescent Inkjet Ink’s Properties
on Print Quality (Interactive), Wan Zhang, Xianfu
Wei, Beiqing Huang, and Ling Yang, Beijing
Institute of Graphic Communication (China)
SPECIAL EVENT: TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION ROUNDTABLES
Sign up for each roundtable will occur onsite.
Monday, September 30th, 4:00 – 5:30 PM
Round Table Discussion I: The Future of Digital Fabrication
Moderator: Marcel Slot, Océ Technologies B.V.
Discussion to be derived from/connected to the goals/work of the European-sponsored Diginova project (www.
diginova-eu.org), with the aim to provide input for the Roadmap for Digital Fabrication, one of the main goals
of the project.
Round Table Discussion II: Digital Packaging
Moderator: George Gibson, Xerox Corporation, and Omer Gila, Hewlett-Packard Company
Digital packaging is a major growth area and its huge market size attracts a lot of activities and innovations
from the marking engine providers. We will discuss current activities, challenges, trends, products, and needs,
and compare the different technologies for flexible packaging, folding cartons, and corrugated.
Wednesday, October 2nd, 4:00 – 5:30 PM
Round Table Discussion III: Additive Manufacturing
Moderator: Luis Baldez, Hewlett-Packard Company
Round Table Discussion IV: University/Industry Collaboration
Moderator: Trevor Snyder, Xerox Corporation
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Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
ROUNDTABLE I AND II DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
Tuesday October 1, 2013
SPECIAL EVENT: INTERACTIVE PAPER
AND DEMONSTRATION SESSION
WITH EXHIBIT HALL HAPPY HOUR
Session Chairs: Ligia Bejat, Lexmark International, Inc.;
Dietmar Zipper, PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG;
ALL TRACKS
TUESDAY KEYNOTE
Session Chair: Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology; and
Jolke Perelaer, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
4:00 – 6:00 PM
9:00 – 10:00 AM
Sophisticated Point-of-Care Diagnostic Devices
based on 2D Paper Networks, Paul Yager,
University of Washington (USA)
SPECIAL TOPICS TRACK
DIGITAL BIOLOGY
Session Chairs: James Stasiak, Hewlett-Packard Company;
Jolke Perelaer, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena; and
Shinjiro Umezu, Tokai University
10:00 AM – 3:35 PM
Bioink Development for Additive Manufacturing of
Artificial Soft Tissue (Focal), K. Borchers,2 C.
Bierwisch,5 S. Engelhardt,3 C. Graf,4 E. Hoch,6
R. Jaeger,5 P. Kluger,2 H.Krüger,1 W. Meyer,1
E. Novosel,2 O. Refle,4 C. Schuh,2 N. Seiler,3
G. Tovar,2,6 M. Wegener,1 and T. Ziegler5;
1
Fraunhofer Institutes for Functional Polymersystems
IAP, 2Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology
IGB, 3Laser Technology ILT, 4Manufacturing
Engineering and Production IPA, 5Mechanics of
Materials IWM, and 6University of Stuttgart
(Germany)
Bio-3D Printing: Challenges and Opportunities for
Digital Biofabrication (Focal), Wei Sun, Drexel
University (USA) and Tsinghua University (China)
Inkjet Printed Structures for Smart Lab-on-Chip
Systems (Focal), Erik Beckert,1 Oliver Pabst,2
Zhe Shu,2 Jolke Perelaer,2 Christin Herzog,3 and
Stefan Nagl3; 1Fraunhofer IOF, 2Friedrich-SchillerUniversity Jena, and 3University of Leipzig
(Germany)
Macromolecular Imprinting by Sol-Gel Silica in
the Presence of Polymer Grafted Carbon Black
(Focal), Julio Rincon, Paulina Almada, Doug M.
Watts, and Thomas Boland, University of Texas at
El Paso (USA)
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing of
Soft, Three-Dimensional, Multi-Layer, Biological
Constructs via Laser Printing onto Laser Machined
Composite Biopapers (Focal), Russell K. Pirlo,1
Peter Wu,2 and Brad Ringeisen1; 1US Naval
Research Laboratory, 2University of Southern
Oregon (USA)
Paper as a Versatile Platform for Low-Cost
Diagnostics (Focal), Jason Rolland, Diagnostics For
All (USA)
Fabrication of Printed Drug-Delivery Systems
(Focal), Natalja Genina, Ruzica Kolakovic, Mirja
Palo, Daniela Fors, Helka Juvonen, Petri Ihalainen,
Jouko Peltonen, and Niklas Sandler, Abo Akademi
University (Finland)
Inkjet Bioprinting of Solid Peroxide Microparticles
for Constructing Oxygen-Generating Scaffolds
(Interactive), Daniel Reyna-Soriano, Jorge
Rodriguez-Devora, and Thomas Boland, University
of Texas at El Paso (USA)
INTERACTIVE PAPER AND DEMONSTRATION
SESSION, WITH EXHIBIT HALL HAPPY HOUR
4:00 – 6:00 PM
APPLICATIONS TRACK
DIGITAL FULFILLMENT
Session Chair: Takao Abe, Shinshu University
2:30 – 3:55 PM
Index-based Digital Texture Printing Workflow,
Chunghui Kuo, Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
Automated Surface Texture Classification of Inkjet
and Photographic Media, Textiles, and Surfaces
for Printing with UV-Curable Inks, Paul Messier,
Paul Messier LLC; Richard Johnson, Cornell
University; and Henry Wilhelm, Wilhelm Imaging
Research, Inc. (USA)
Xerox’s High Temperature, Increased Fluid
Latitude, High Performance Print Head,
David A. Tence, Xerox Corporation (USA)
The Impact of the Electrical Properties of Carbon
Black based Polyurethane Rollers on Print Quality/
Innovative Manufacturing Approach to the
Production (Interactive), Krishna Chaurasia, Fenner
Precision, Inc. (USA)
Devolving Automation Tools for Conformal
Cooling Channels in 3D Printed Plastic Injection
Molds (Interactive), Christopher D. Mullens and
Bart C. Massey, Portland State University, and
David L. Shapiro, RapidMade LLC (USA)
A New Approach Colour Picker Tool Design
(Interactive), Phil Henry, University of Leeds (UK)
Map Customization Service based on User Interest
(Interactive), Qiang Su, Ruizhi Shi, and Xiao Zhou,
Zhengzhou Institute of Surveying and Mapping (China)
Solutions of JDF-Workflow Scheduling Problem
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Using Genetic Algorithm (Interactive), Hao Yin
and Guangxue Chen, South China University of
Technology (China), and Mirko Segelnek,
Hochschule der Medien (Germany)
INTERACTIVE PAPER AND DEMONSTRATION
SESSION, WITH EXHIBIT HALL HAPPY HOUR
4:00 – 6:00 PM
COMBINATIONS AND
OPTIMIZATIONS TRACK
HYBRID PRINTING
Session Chairs: Trevor Elworthy, LumeJet Limited, and
Yasushi Hoshino, Tokyo Denki University
10:00 – 11:45 AM
Continuous Tone Colour Printing in Two and a
Half Dimensions through a Combination of 19th
Century Analogue Methodologies and 3D Printing
(Focal), Stephen Hoskins and Peter McCallion,
University of the West of England (UK)
Study of Sulfide Solutions as Inkjet Inks for
Color-Changeable Ag Films, Shuichi Maeda,
Taito Sugiura, and Yohei Ito, Tokai University
(Japan)
VOC Elimination in Printers by Means of
Thermally Activated Oxide Semiconductors
(Interactive), Y. Tsukada, Y. Suzuki, H. Takahashi,
and J. Mizuguchi, Shinshu University (Japan)
Digital Quasi-Embossing Technology with an
Inkjet Printer-2 (Interactive), Naoki Matsumae,1
Masaru Ohnishi,2 Hironori Hashizume,2 and Takao
Abe1; 1Shinshu University and 2Mimaki Engineering
Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Novel Paper Sheets Containing Kapok Fibers
(Interactive), Motochika Yukawa, Hayata Aoki,
and Shuichi Maeda, Tokai University (Japan)
LumeJet—A New Photonic ‘Inkless’ Printing
Technology (Interactive), Trevor P. Elworthy,
LumeJet Limited (UK)
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
Session Chairs: Oliver Harlen, University of Leeds, and
Tomoyuki Ito, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
11:45 AM – 2:40 PM
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The Research of the Best Ink Mount based on
Gray Balance Optimization Process Calibration
(Interactive), Xiangyang Xu and Guangxue Chen,
South China University of Technology (China)
Modeling the Electrostatic Component of Toner
Adhesion and Detachment, Brandon A. Kemp,
Arkansas State University (USA)
Drop-on-Demand Printing of Complex Liquids,
Neil F. Morrison and Oliver G. Harlen, University
of Leeds (UK)
Asymmetric Detachment from Angled Nozzles
Plates in Drop-on-Demand Inkjet Printing,
Oliver G. Harlen, University of Leeds, and J. Rafael
LOOKING FOR DEMONSTRATION
SESSION PARTICIPANTS
Interested? Free space is available for
authors to show programs, products, and/or
prints related to presented papers. Others
may also participate for a small fee.
Contact [email protected] for details.
Castrejón-Pita and Alfonso A. Castrejon-Pita,
University of Cambridge (UK)
Laser Scanner Jitter Characterization,
Yi-Ting Chen,1 Terry Nelson,2 Tami Ogle,2 Hong
Ren,2 Mark Shaw,2 and Jan P. Allebach1; 1Purdue
University and 2Hewlett-Packard Company (USA)
SPECIAL NETWORKING SESSION
Moderator: Marie Vans, Hewlett-Packard Company
2:50 – 4:00 PM
Join us for a brainstorming experience: A number of
technical challenges will be identified, followed by
small group discussions on finding solutions to the
identified problems. Details will be sent closer to the
conference.
INTERACTIVE PAPER AND DEMONSTRATION
SESSION, WITH EXHIBIT HALL HAPPY HOUR
4:00 – 6:00 PM
PROCESSES/MATERIALS TRACK
INK JET PROCESSES CONT’D.
Session Chairs: Mineo Kaneko, Canon Inc.; Hiroyuki
Onishi, Seiko Epson Corporation; and Anthony Saugey,
Xaar Technology Limited
10:00 AM – 2:55 PM
Captive Continuous Inkjet (Focal), Carolyn Ellinger
and Yonglin Xie, Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
Drying Technology Using Laser Exposure for
High-Speed Inkjet Printing (Focal), Manabu
Numata, Akira Sakamoto, Yasuhiro Ogasawara,
Mami Hatanaka, Yukari Motosugi, and Naoki
Morita, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Research on the Jetting Process and Hydrokinetics
of Ink Droplets in Inkjet Imaging System (Interactive), Qifeng Chen, Guangxue Chen, and Jinglei
Tai, South China University of Technology (China)
An Experimental Study of the Folding Cracks of
Cardboard Coating Layer (Interactive), Jinglei Tai,
Guangxue Chen, and Qifeng Chen, South China
University of Technology (China)
Experimental and Numerical Study of Coalescence
between Two Droplets at Pico-Liter Scale on
Substrate, Takahiko Matsumoto and Manabu Seo,
Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan)
Aerodynamic Effect on Printing Quality in
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
SPECIAL EVENT: CONFERENCE EXHIBIT
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Please visit our exhibitors! See list inside cover.
Simulated Web Printing, W.K Hsiao, S.D. Hoath,
G.D. Martin, and I.M. Hutchings, University of
Cambridge, and M. Hook, Xaar Technology Ltd.
(UK)
Internal Flows and Particle Transport Inside
Picoliter Droplets of Binary Solvent Mixtures
(Focal), E.L. Talbot, A. Berson, L. Yang, and
C.D. Bain, Durham University (UK)
Pulse Voltage Shape Effects on Electrohydrodynamic Jets, Kye-Si Kwon, Soonchunhyang University
(Korea)
Imaging Models for Robust Single-pass Printing
Using SAMBATM Piezo Drop-on-Demand Silicon
MEMS (Si-MEMS) Inkjet Printheads, Hrishikesh V.
Panchawagh, FUJIFILM Dimatix (Japan)
Effect of Monomer on Printing Quality of UV LED
Inkjet Ink (Interactive), Qing Yi and Qi Wang,
Nanjing Forestry University, and Xian-fu Wei and
Beiqing Huang, Beijing Institute of Graphic
Communication (China)
Research on the Relationship between Properties
of Printing Paper and UV Inkjet Printing
(Interactive), Jing Zhang and Guangxue Chen,
South China University of Technology (China)
The Research on Fluorescence Intensity Attenuation of UV Fluorescent Inkjet Ink (Interactive),
Ling Yang, Xianfu Wei, Beiqing Huang, Wan
Zhang, and Dandan Wang, Beijing Institute of
Graphic Communication (China)
TONER-BASED PROCESSES/MATERIALS
Sponsored by Cabot Corporation
Session Chairs: Yoshihiro Hattori, Konica Minolta Business
Technologies Inc.; Koji Hirakura, HiRAK; and Nobuyuki
Nakayama, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
3:00 – 4:00 PM
Study of Seed Polymerized Polyester Emulsion
for Chemically Prepared Toner, Yuta Matsumoto,
Nobumichi Kamiyoshi, Yoshiaki Ban, and Eiji
Shirai, Kao Corporation (Japan)
Paper Modeling in Transfer Process Simulation,
Seishirou Nasu, Toyoshige Sasaki, Yasuo Yoda,
and Yuusuke Torimaru, Canon Inc. (Japan)
Photoreceptor Defects, Surface Hardness and
Image Quality (Interactive), S.K. Ahuja, Xerox
Corporation (USA)
Simulation Model to Predict Paper Wrinkle by
Transportation Force Analysis (Interactive),
Ryosuke Takahashi and Tomoyuki Ito, Fuji Xerox
Co., Ltd. (Japan)
A Study of Mottled Image in an Intermediate
Transfer Belt System (Interactive), Yasunari Kobaru,
Yoshiki Kudo, Yasuo Yoda, Toyoshige Sasaki, and
Yasunobu Murofushi, Canon Inc. (Japan)
Effect of Rounding Surface Treatment Process on
Electrical Characteristic of RST Toner (Interactive),
Yi-Wei Chen, Johnny Wang, and Victor Huang,
Trend Tone Imaging, Inc. (Taiwan)
INTERACTIVE PAPER AND DEMONSTRATION
SESSION, WITH EXHIBIT HALL HAPPY HOUR
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Wednesday October 2, 2013
ALL TRACKS
KEYNOTE AND AWARDS
Session Chair: Steven J. Simske, Hewlett-Packard
Laboratories
9:00 – 10:30 AM
Printing Evolution in a World Dominated by
Mobile Devices, Phillip McCoog, Hewlett-Packard
Company (USA)
APPLICATIONS TRACK
PRINTED ELECTRONICS
Session Chairs: Klaus Kruger, University of the Federal
Armed Forces; Key-Si Kwon, Soonchunhyang University;
Sebastian Schaefer, PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG; and
Koei Suzuki, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
10:50 AM – 3:20 PM
Analysis of Formation of an Individual Droplet
Using a High-Resolution Multi-Exposure Imaging
System (Focal), Ingo Reinhold,1,2 Karsten Sitterberg,1
Matthias Müller,1 Mamat Abdulla,3 Sergei Popov,3
Wolfgang Voit,1 and Werner Zapka1; 1XaarJet AB,
2
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and 3Royal
Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Low Temperature Sintering (LOTUS) of Inkjet
Printed Metal Precursor Inks for Organic
Electronic Applications (Focal), Jolke Perelaer,1
Sebastian Wünscher,1 Franziska M. Wolf,1 Robert
Abbel,2 Michael Groucho,3 Shlomo Magdassi,3
and Ulrich S. Schubert1; 1Friedrich-Schiller-University
Jena (Germany), 2Holst Centre (the Netherlands),
and 3The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
Rapid Two-Step Metallization for Highly
Conductive Black Electrodes, Dong-Youn Shin,
Pukyong National University, and Sangki Chun,
LG Chem Research Park (Korea)
High Accuracy Single Layer Touch Sensors Roll
to Roll Processed on Plastic Substrates, Sebastian
Schaefer and Dietmar Zipperer, PolyIC GmbH &
Co. KG (Germany)
IEC TC119—International Standards for Printed
Electronics, Alan Hodgson, 3M UK PLC (UK)
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UHF Electromagnetic Structures Inkjet Printed on
Temperature Sensitive Substrates: A Comparative
Study of Conductive Inks and Sintering Methods,
Veronica Sanchez-Romaguera,1 Sebastian
Wünschen,2 Robert J. Abbel,3 Dumtoochukwu
Oyeka,4 Badredin M. M. Turki,4 Mohamed A.
Ziai,4 and Stephen G. Yeates1; 1The University
of Manchester (UK), 2Freidrich-Schiller-University
Jena (Germany), 3Holst Centre (the Netherlands),
and 4Kent Univertisty (UK)
Inkjet Printing of Vertically Integrated RC-Circuits,
Dietrich Jeschke and Klaus Krüger, University of the
Federal Armed Forces (Germany)
A Study of Inkjet Printed Line Morphology Using
Volatile Ink with Non-Zero Receding Contact
Angle for Conductive Trace Fabrication,
Chenchao Shou, Patrick McCarthy, George T.-C.
Chiu, and Timothy S. Fisher, Purdue University (USA)
Production Technologies for Large Area Flexible
Electronics, Thomas Kolbusch and Klaus Crone,
Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH (Germany)
Effect of Span-80 in n-Hexadecane on Surface
Tensions at High Temperatures, Yufei Duana,1
Srinivasa R. Deshiikanb,2 and Kyriakos D.
Papadopoulosa1; 1Tuland University and 2Xerox
Corporation (USA)
Key Innovations that Allow Low Migration Digital
Printing with UV-Curable Inks, Roel De Mondt and
Johan Loccufier, Agfa-Gevaert N.V. (Belgium)
Low Migration UV-Curable Inkjet for Food
Packaging (Focal), Derek R. Illsley, Sun Chemical
(UK)
ROUNDTABLE III AND IV DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
PROCESSES/MATERIALS TRACK
TONER-BASED PROCESSES/MATERIALS
CONT’D.
Session Chairs: Yoshihiro Hattori, Konica Minolta Business
Technologies Inc.; Koji Hirakura, HiRAK; and Nobuyuki
Nakayama, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
ROUNDTABLE III AND IV DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
MATERIALS TRACK
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Session Chair: Axel Fischer, INGEDE e.V.
10:50 AM – 12:10 PM
Sustainability of Printing Techniques: Potentials
and Incomparable Aspects, Matthias Hausmann,
CeWe Color AG & Co. OHG (Germany)
The New EU Ecolabel for Printed Products and
its Requirements for Deinkability, Axel Fischer,
INGEDE e.V (Germany)
Deinking of Inkjet Prints, Wolfgang Rauh and
Alexander Schiller, Fogra Graphic Technology
Research Association, and Thomas Kuen, University
of Applied Sciences Munich (Germany)
Laboratory Scale Two-Loop Deinking Trials,
Wenjia Zhang, Manoj Bhattacharyya, Laurie S.
Mittelstadt, Hou T. Ng, and Nils P. Miller, HewlettPackard Company (USA), and Marc Aronhime,
Hewlett-Packard Indigo (Israel)
INK FORMULATION
Session Chairs: Julie Cross, Domino UK, Ltd., and
Norio Nagayama, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
12:10 – 3:30 PM
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A New UV Curable Inkjet Ink: Follow-up Report,
Yasuo Yoshihiro, Takao Hiraoka, Mitunobu Morita,
and Soh Noguchi, Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan)
The Use of Saccharides in DOD Inks to Improve
Printing Performance, Julie Cross and Andy Noble,
Domino UK Limited (UK)
10:50 AM – 3:20 PM
Theory of Ink Transfer in HP-Indigo Digital Press
Machines (Focal), Peter Forgacs, Hewlett-Packard
Indigo (Israel)
Electrostatic Adhesion Force Measurement of the
Partially Charged Toner (Focal), Takayuki Tanaka,
Canon Inc. (Japan)
Fusing Quality of Toner with Tunable Thermal
Properties, Nahyoung Kim, Samsung Fine
Chemicals (Korea)
New Submicron Silica Produced by Hybrid Production Process, Yusuke Tosaki, Yuki Amano, and
Yukiya Yamashita, Nippon Aerosil Co., Ltd. (Japan),
and Paul Brandl, Evonik Degussa Co., Ltd. (China)
Charged Particle Adhesion Internal to and
External to an Electrostatic Field, Julie Gordon
Whitney, Lexmark International (USA)
Silica-Polymer Composite Particles for Toners:
Print Performance, Hajime Kambara, Dmitry
Fomitchev, Hairuo Tu, Li Cheng, and Geoffrey
Moeser, Cabot Corporation (USA)
Interfacial Water and Triboelectric Charging:
A Theoretical Study of the Role of Water on the
PMMA/Silica Tribo-Pair, Qingbin Li,1 Sergey
Gusarov,1 Andriy Kovalenko,1,2 and Richard
Veregin3; 1National Institute for Nanotechnology,
2
University of Alberta, and 3Xerox Research Centre
of Canada (Canada)
Novel Toners for Providing Metallic Effects,
Dinesh Tyagi, Louise Granica, and Kevin Lofftus,
Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
ROUNDTABLE III AND IV DISCUSSION
4:00 – 5:30 PM
see details page 6
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
SPECIAL EVENT:
CONFERENCE RECEPTION
SPECIAL EVENT: GROUP DISCUSSION OF
LATE BREAKING NEWS/SUCCESS STORIES
Wednesday, October 2nd
7:00 – 9:30 PM
Westin Seattle Hotel
Thursday, October 3rd
2:00 – 3:00 PM
Moderators: James Stasiak, Hewlett-Packard
Company, and Werner Zapka, XaarJet AB
Thursday October 3, 2013
ALL TRACKS
THURSDAY KEYNOTE
Call for Participation: Please send information
on recent company news and/or success
stories to be presented/discussed during this
session to [email protected]
Session Chair: Masahiko Fujii, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
9:00 – 10:00 AM
3 Dimensional Prints (3DP) of Artificial Cell
Structures, Shinjiro Umezu, Tokai University (Japan)
Layer, Hyunkyoo Kang,1 Enrico Sowade,1 and
Reinhard R. Baumann1,2; 1Chemnitz University of
Technology and 2Fraunhofer Research Institute for
Electronic Nano Systems (Germany)
APPLICATIONS TRACK
DISPLAYS/SOLAR CELLS
GROUP DISCUSSION: LATE BREAKING
NEWS/SUCCESS STORIES
Session Chairs: Shinichi Nishi, Konica Minolta IJ Technolo-
2:00 – 3:00 PM
see details above
gies, Inc.; Ingo Reinhold, Xaar Jet AB; and David Stuewe,
Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme
10:00 AM – 1:50 PM
OPTIONAL TOURS
see details page 14
Inkjet Printed Seed-Layer for Front Side Metallization of Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells (Focal),
Uwe Buerklin, Schmid Technology GmbH
(Germany)
Novel Developments in Photonic Sintering of
Inkjet Printed Functional Inks, Ingo Reinhold,1,2
Wolfgang Voit,1 Ian Rawson,3 Karl Martin,3
Dave Pope,3 Stan Farnsworth,3 Werner Zapka,1,2
and Charles Munson3; 1XaarJet AB (Sweden),
2
KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), and
3
NovaCentrix (USA)
Direct Etching of Sputtered Metal Layers Using
Inkjet-Printing for Contact Separation for Silicon
Solar Cells, David Stüwe,1 Philip Hartmann,1
Roman Keding,1 Pascal Fastnacht,2 Steven
Prokopiak,3 Florian Clement,1 Reik Jesswein,2
Torsten Geppert,2 Robert Woehl,1 Jan G. Korvink,4
and Daniel Biro1; 1Fraunhofer Institute for Solar
Energy Systems ISE, 2Bosch Solar Energy AG,
3
Alpha, and 4University of Freiburg (Germany)
Towards High Speed Inkjet Printed Electronics—
Technology Transfer from S2S to R2R Production,
Pit Teunissen,1 Eric Rubingh,1 Tim van Lammeren,1
Robert Abbel,1 Sjoerd van de Geijn,2 Pim Groen1,3;
1
Holst Centre, 2Stork Prints B.V., and 3Delft
University of Technology (the Netherlands)
High-Resolution Patterning Technologies Using
Ink-Jet Printing and Laser Processing for Organic
TFT Array, Koei Suzuki, Kazuaki Tsuji, Atsushi
Onodera, Takeshi Shibuya, Takanori Tano, and
Hiroshi Miura, Ricoh Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Photonic Sintering of Inkjet Printed Copper Oxide
MATERIALS TRACK
FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
Session Chairs: Masahiko Fujii, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.; Liisa
Hakola, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland; Masaaki
Oda, Ulvac, Inc.; and Patrick Smith, University of Sheffield
10:00 AM – 1:50 PM
New Methods for Improving Food Product Safety
and Communication (Focal), Liisa Hakola, Jonas
Hartman, Kaisu Honkapää, Petri Laakso, Raimo
Penttilä, Marja Pitkänen, Elina Rusko, Thea
Sipiläinen-Malm, and Ilkka Vanttaja, VTT Technical
Research Centre of Finland (Finland)
Patterning of Functional Ceramic Oxides on
Metallic Substrates by Inkjet Printing (Focal),
Marta Vilardell, Susagna Ricart, Xavier Granados,
Albert Calleja, Teresa Puig, and Xavier Obradors,
Autonomus University of Barcelona (Spain)
Inkjet Printing as a Reactive Synthesis Technique,
Jonathan Stringer,1 Aoife Morrin,2 and Patrick J.
Smith1; 1The University of Sheffield (UK) and
2
Dublin City University (Ireland)
The Role of Coalescence in Inkjet Printing
Functional Films: An Experimental Study,
J. William Boley, ChenChao Shou, Patrick
McCarthy, Timothy Fisher, and George T.-C. Chiu,
Purdue University (USA)
The Effect of Print Masks on Functional Performance, J. William Boley, ChenChao Shou, Patrick
McCarthy, Timothy Fisher, and George T.-C. Chiu,
Purdue University (USA)
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NIP29/Digital Fabrication 2013 Week
8
9
10
LEGEND
THURS.
WED.
TUESDAY
MONDAY
SUN
SC01 / SC02 / SC03
12
11
3D PRINTING
IMAGE PERMANENCE AND
INK JET PROCESSES
FUSING, CURING, . . . THERMAL
SPECIAL SESSION: DIGITAL BIOLOGY
HYBRID PRINTING
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
INK JET PROCESSES CON’T
EXHIBIT OPEN
KEYNOTE AND AWARDS
Printing Evolution in World
Dominated by Mobile
Devices, Phil McCoog,
Hewlett-Packard Co. (USA)
THURS. KEYNOTE
3-D Prints of
Artificial Cell
Structures,
Shinjiro Umezu,
Tokai Univ. (Japan)
1
SC04 / SC05 / SC06 / SC07 / SC08
OPENING AND KEYNOTE
Exploring the Potential of
Additive Manufacturing /
3D Printing . . ., Richard
Hague, EPSRC Centre for
Innovative Manufacturing in
Additive Manufacturing (UK)
TUES. KEYNOTE
Sophisticate
Point-of-Care
Diagnostic
Devices . . ., Paul
Yager, Univ. of
Washington (USA)
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PRINTED ELECTRONICS
ENVIRONMENTAL
TONER-BASED PROCESSES/MATERIALS CON’T
EXHIBIT OPEN
DISPLAYS/SOLAR CELLS
FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
TONER-BASED PROC./MATS.
SYSTEMS/ENGINEERING
APPLICATIONS TRACK
PROCESSES or PROCESSES/MATERIALS TRACK
MATERIALS TRACK
PROCESSES FOR APPLICATIONS TRACK
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
k At-a-Glance
2
3
4
5
SC09
WELCOME RECEPTION
SC10 / SC11 / SC12
SC13 / SC14 / SC15
FUNCTIONAL PAPER
INTERACTIVE PREVIEW
PRINT QUALITY
SECURITY PRINTING
NETWORKING
TONER-BASED PROC./MATS.
See page 3 for details.
SC16
DISPLAYS/SOLAR CELLS INTERACTIVE PREVIEWS
E-PAPER
6
SPECIAL EVENT:
TECHNOLOGY &
APPLICATION
ROUNDTABLES I AND II
See page 6 for details.
SPECIAL EVENT: INTERACITVE PAPER &
DEMONSTRATION SESSION + EXHIBIT
HALL HAPPY HOUR
DIGITAL FULFILLMENT
SPECIAL EVENT:
TECHNOLOGY &
APPLICATION
ROUNDTABLES I AND II
See page 6 for details.
INK FORMULATION
SPECIAL EVENT:
GROUP
DISCUSSION:
LATE BREAKING
SUCCESS STORIES
See page 11 for details.
SPECIAL EVENT:
OPTIONAL LOCAL
TOURS
See page 14 for details.
SPECIAL EVENT:
CONFERENCE
RECEPTION
7:00 – 9:30 PM
Please note: Lunch and coffee
breaks that occur in the middle
of sessions are not shown.
Schedule is subject to change.
COMBINATIONS AND OPTIMIZATIONS TRACK
SPECIAL EVENT
SHORT COURSE
EXHIBIT
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Inkjet Delivered Polymeric Agents between
Composite Plies, Patrick J. Smith, Yi Zhang,
Jonathan Stringer, Tim Swait, Richard Grainger,
and Alma Hodzic, The University of Sheffield (UK)
GROUP DISCUSSION: LATE BREAKING
NEWS/SUCCESS STORIES
GROUP DISCUSSION: LATE BREAKING
NEWS/SUCCESS STORIES
OPTIONAL TOURS
2:00 – 3:00 PM
see details page 11
see details below
2:00 – 3:00 PM
see details page 11
SPECIAL EVENT: OFFSITE TOURS
OPTIONAL TOURS
see details at right
PROCESSES/MATERIALS TRACK
TONER-BASED PROCESSES/MATERIALS
CONT’D.
Session Chairs: Yoshihiro Hattori, Konica Minolta Business
Technologies Inc.; Koji Hirakura, HiRAK; and Nobuyuki
Nakayama, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Registration for offsite tours will be sent
immediately following the pre-registration
deadline for those registered by that date, or
immediately following registration, whichever
is sooner. Please note that there will be a
small fee for transportation to/from tours. Details will be provided with the registration
form.
10:00 – 11:00 AM
MICROSOFT VISITOR’S CENTER
Eco-Friendly Aqueous-based Polyester Chemically
Prepared Toner Including Crystalline Polyester,
Manabu Suzuki, Shouichi Murata, Hiroshi
Mizuhata, and Akihiro Eida, Kao Corporation
(Japan)
Comparison between Resin Sphere and Film
Charging by Various Charging Characteristic
Carrier, Yasushi Hoshino, Tokyo Denki University,
and Disna Karunanayake, Nippon Institute of
Technology (Japan)
Balanced Aggregation—Snow Man Shaper
Tripod-Like (Fumed) Particles that Allow for Better
Fixation on Toner Resin Surface, Andreas Hille,1
Naohiro Naito,2 Yuki Amano,2 Yusuke Tosaki,2
Akira Inoue,2 and Robert E. Johnson3; 1Evonik
Industries AG (Germany), 2Nippon AEROSIL CO.,
LTD.(Japan), and 3Evonik Degussa Corporation
(USA)
Departure*3:15 PM; tour 4:00-6:00 PM;
return by 7:00 PM Limit: 50 people
From the Microsoft website: “[E]xplore
the vision, products, culture, and history of
Microsoft . . . from the latest [r]esearch innovations to the very first personal computer.”
BOEING 'FUTURE OF FLIGHT' AVIATION
CENTER & EVERETT FACTORY TOUR:
Departure* 3:15 PM; return ~7:00 PM
Explore the dynamics of flight and experience new aviation innovations. Design and
virtually test your own jet. Strap yourself into
the Innovator for an exhilarating trip to
virtual destinations. Go behind the scenes
and watch actual jets being assembled.
SYSTEMS/ENGINEERING
Sponsored by Ricoh Company Ltd.
Session Chair: Teruaki Mitsuya, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
11:30 AM – 1:50 PM
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New Technology for Improving Image Density
Uniformity in Electrophotographic Process (Focal),
Satoshi Kaneko, Shinji Kato, Hitoshi Ishibashi,
Shuji Hirai, Koichi Kudo, Jun Yamane, and
Shingo Suzuki, Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan)
System Level Inkjet Reliability Customer Needs
and Innovations from Xerox (Focal), Trevor
Snyder, Howard Mizes, Doug Darling, and John
Brookfield, Xerox Corporation, and Steve Kroon,
HCL America (USA)
New Effect of AC High Field on Toner Transfer,
Shinji Aoki, Haruo Iimura, Yasuhiko Ogino, Keigo
Nakamura, Ichiro Maeda, Naomi Sugimoto, and
Shinya Tanaka, Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan)
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON:
PAUL YAGER LABS
Times TBA Limit: 10 people
The Yager Labs in the UW Department of
Bioengineering focuses primarily on the
fabrication and testing of paper-based diagnostic tests. The labs include facilities for 1)
fabrication using laser-cutting, 3D printing,
and piezoelectric reagent deposition;
2) fundamental paper characterization including capillary pressure and a variety of flow
properties; and 3) the testing of diagnostic
tests operation and performance including optical and chemical quantification.
* times are approximate; exact times TBD
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
Short Course Program
The NIP/Digital Fabrication Short Course Program offers a wide range of introductory and advanced
classes in the fields of digital printing and fabrication given by internationally recognized experts.
Attendees receive copies of the instructor’s notes with course registration. We encourage you to sign up
for short courses by the early registration deadline to ensure that a course runs.
Special Offers: Sign up for 3 or more short courses and receive 15% off your total short course fee.
Students may take any short course for $50, but are not eligible for the discount.
Please Note: IS&T reserves the right to cancel short courses in the event of insufficient advance registration.
Please indicate your interest early.
Sunday September 29, 2013
SC01-S1: Laser Printer Fundamentals and Trends
Short Course Monitors are needed to help with
classes. Monitors take courses for free. Interested?
Contact Diana Gonzalez at [email protected]
Priority given to students.
Sunday 8:00 – 10:00 AM (2 hours)
Instructor: Marc Cousoulis, Lexmark International, Inc.
While the physics of electrophotography have
been studied for more than 60 years, market
challenges are still providing opportunities for
technical innovation. This course provides an insight into how industry demands are driving scientific advancements within the established
technological boundaries of the modern laser
printer. After the physics of electrophotography
are reviewed, with an emphasis on current challenges being placed on component technologies,
a comprehensive review of some of the most important technical innovations recently introduced to the market is given.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Identify and explain the six fundamental
steps of electrophotography.
• Understand the primary failure modes of
modern laser printers.
• Understand how the industry is adapting
designs to new energy and cost constraints.
• Distinguish between the different technology
choices currently being used.
Intended Audience: any individual who works directly or indirectly with the toner based imaging
industry should benefit from this course.
Marc Cousoulis has more than 15 years of electrophotographic
experience across three market segments, holding the positions
of senior scientist at Moore Business Forms developing ultra
SC02-S1: An Introduction to Digital Fabrication:
Methods, Materials, and Applications
Sunday 8:00 – 10:00 AM (2 hours)
Instructor: James W. Stasiak, Hewlett-Packard Company
During the past decade, there has been a remarkable convergence of two disparate technologies:
digital printing of text and images and the fabrication of physical objects. This convergence, a
blending of traditional printing methods with
recent advances in materials science and with established manufacturing methods, has brought
about the foundation of a new technology: digital fabrication. Already, digital fabrication approaches are enabling new discoveries at the laboratory bench and are beginning to provide new
efficiencies and unprecedented product customization on the manufacturing floor. In the
near future, digital fabrication methods—along
with the development of “functional inks”—will
make it possible to print complete electronic circuits, optical devices, mechanical structures, and
even new biological materials. The objective of
this short course is to provide an introduction to
the rapidly emerging science and technology of
digital fabrication. The course includes an up-todate overview of the methods, materials, and
processes that are reshaping manufacturing and
enabling new commercial applications in electronics, MEMS, and the life sciences. Finally, the
class examines factors that are moving digital
fabrication from a niche technology toward a
new manufacturing paradigm.
high speed toner based imaging systems, senior electrophotographic engineer at Aetas Technology developing low end color
laser printer technologies, and is currently electrophotographic
technology team lead for high end color laser printers for
Lexmark International. He holds separate degrees in physics
and imaging science from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Develop an understanding of different digital
fabrication methods and materials.
• List and compare different applications that
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range from printed electronics to the life
sciences.
• Evaluate the technological issues and
challenges of digital fabrication.
• Develop an understanding of the technology
landscape, key players, and practitioners.
• Recognize the market opportunities
addressed by this emerging technology.
• Have a basic understanding of the basic
technology elements that are used to create
cloud print solutions.
Intended Audience: this is a survey course for engineers, scientists, and technical marketing professionals who are working or are interested in
digital fabrication and printed electronics.
Phil McCoog has more than 24 years of experience in HP print-
Intended Audience: printing professionals interested in understanding the business and technology challenges and various solutions across the
spectrum of cloud print solutions.
ing business across multiple technologies and market segments.
He is the technology strategist and senior architect for HP Mobile and Web-Enabled Printing Solutions. McCoog has driven
the technology and partnerships that have yielded HP ePrint,
James Stasiak is currently a principal scientist in Hewlett-Packard’s
HP ePrint Enterprise, HP ePrint On-the-Go (Public Print loca-
Technology Development Laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon. He is
tion), HP integration with Google Cloud Print, and HP deploy-
actively involved in developing new digital fabrication methods
ment of Apple AirPrint. He holds an undergraduate degree in
and applications. In a career spanning more than 30 years, he
computer engineering from University of California San Diego
has made contributions in the fields of device physics, molecular
and a MS in computer engineering from Columbia University.
electronics, non-impact printing technologies, and, more recently,
the emerging fields of flexible electronics and digital fabrication.
In 2005 and 2006, he served as the General Chair for the Digital
SC04-S2: Introduction to Toner Technology
Fabrication Conference and now serves on the Digital Fabrica-
Sunday 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Jodi Lynn Walsh, Lexmark International, Inc.
tion Conference Advisory Committee. He holds more than 14
issued US patents and is the author or editor of numerous
technical articles and proceedings.
SC03-S1: Cloud Printing
Sunday 8:00 – 10:00 AM (2 hours)
Instructor: Phil McCoog, Hewlett-Packard Company
Cloud Printing has moved from an interesting
technology to a major part of the printing landscape. Its symbiotic relationship with cloud computing and mobility as well as enabling “driverless” printing has driven explosive growth. loud
computing is a broad topic areas that spans many
market segments and has multiple embodiments.
The needs for scalability, reliability, security
demands some technologies not typical to the
printing industries. This course benefits the
printer developer and cloud developer alike. The
course is presented in a way that enables developers to have a working understanding of the
needed architecture components as well as
marketing and business participants to have a
working understanding of the terminology and
technology. Several market deployments are
compared and contrasted.
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Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the various types of cloud print
solutions: consumer/public; public print
locations; enterprise/private cloud solutions.
• Develop an understanding of the business
challenges shared by the three solutions and
the challenges unique to each.
This course is a general introduction to toner
formulation. Formulation disciplines, material
selection and function, and particle architecture
implications are summarized. Various toner
design criteria and performance requirements in
multiple embodiments are also discussed.
Analytical and measurement techniques are
surveyed including size, shape, charge, flow, and
rheological attributes. A glossary and bibliography for future reference are provided.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the various implementations of
electrophotographic printing and the role
that toner plays in each.
• Recognize the design criteria and performance
requirements of toner in an electrophotographic printing subsystem.
• Comprehend toner manufacturing alternatives for commercial devices.
• Compare the market implementation of the
various toner technologies, and the potential
for future market domination.
Intended Audience: anyone seeking an introduction to electrophotography, electrophotographic
printing, supplies technology, or related development activities; an interest in toner or carrier
is helpful, but no working knowledge of electrophotography is presumed nor required.
Jodi Walsh is the CPT Engineering Manager in the Imaging Solutions and Services Division of Lexmark International. She has
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
been involved broadly across the toner business for 18 years in
toner manufacturing, support, and CPT Engineering. Walsh be-
little previous exposure to it (this is where the
gain/time is maximized).
gan her career as a formulator under the tutelage of George
Marshall and was a technical leader in Lexmark’s first color
Sascha de Peña is a physicist with an MBA, ESADE, and a PhD
milled toner products and has published multiple toner related
in plasma physics conducting research at the Max-Planck-
patents. Walsh received her PhD in physical organic chemistry
Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) concerned with the investiga-
from Northwestern University (1994).
tion of the physical basis of a fusion power plant. Currently, he
is master technologist and R&D Chief Engineer at HP’s Printing
"I really enjoyed the class &
learned a lot of great information!
Thank you."
and Personal Systems Group, responsible for the technical direction of several large format printers and in charge of the evaluation and development of technologies for rapid prototyping.
SC06-S2: Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics of Ink
Jet Printing
SC05-S2: Intro to 3D Ink Jet Printing
Sunday 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Sascha de Peña, Hewlett-Packard Company
3D printing or additive manufacturing technologies in general, is an expected future growth area,
with a wide variety of different technologies available. Some of the fundamental technologies have
been around for a while but the latest enhancements in equipments, performance and materials
are now making them a compelling alternative
for a diverse range of applications, some of them
unique. Also the emergence of low cost 3D printers is contributing to the popularity of the subject. This course provides an overview of the existing 3D printing technologies, materials, their
fundamentals, current performance, relative
strengths and weaknesses. An overview of the 3D
printing overall ecosystem, market, players, applications, software, trends, and news is included.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Get up to speed on 3D printing (additive
manufacturing) fundamentals in a short
time.
• Have a clear view of different existing approaches to create 3D parts by means of additive manufacturing.
• Understand the fundamentals of the underlying technologies and the materials used to
work with each of those.
• Learn the pros and cons of each technology
and the challenges ahead. Also, an overview
of some public research projects being
conducted in 3D around the world.
• Appreciate a broad view of the key players in
the market, the verticals being addressed, a
rough idea of the market potential, and
thoughts on how the industry may evolve
and the barriers to mass adoption.
Intended Audience: anyone interested in getting up
to date in regards to 3D printing, with none or
Sunday 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: J. Frits Dijksman, University of Twente
Ink jet printing is a process of depositing on demand droplets with a well-defined volume on a
precisely given location on a substrate. The
course is restricted to piezo driven print heads. A
piezo driven print head is a set of acoustic cavities, the behaviour of which can be presented in
the time and frequency domain. Based on the
acoustical characteristics of the print head, conditions for stable droplet formation can be explained. Droplet landing is a highly dynamic
phenomenon. A too high landing speed leads to
splashing, and consequently to poor printing
quality. Therefore the landing speed should be
limited.
The aim of this course is to couple the characteristics of droplet formation and landing to the
acoustics of the fluidics of the print head behind
the nozzle all the way up into the ink supply. A
few examples of applications of ink jet printing
other than document printing are given.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the basic acoustical principles
related to piezo driven ink jet print
heads.
• Comprehend the concepts of responses in
the frequency and time domain.
• Explain the importance of pulse shaping on
droplet generation.
• Identify key parameters that control droplet
formation and impact.
• Describe and explain the relation between
print head acoustics, droplet formation, and
droplet impact.
• List and explain acoustically related causes
for missing droplets.
Intended Audience: engineers and scientists involved and interested in piezo print head design,
ink formulation and testing. Familiarity with
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• Understand the applications and requirements for package printing in label, folding
carton, corrugated packaging and flexible
packaging.
• Map the technology characteristic onto the
market requirements identifying the relative
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and
threats of each technology in the context of
packaging markets.
• Understand the current market offerings and
their position to the market’s “ideal points.”
piezo ink jet technology and college-level physics
are recommended.
Intended Audience: technical professionals who
want to become more knowledgeable about how
digital printing is likely to fit into the package
printing markets.
Frits Dijksman is a professor in the field of innovative biomed-
George A. Gibson is the program manager for New PIJ Platforms
ical applications of ink jet technology at the University of
in the Xerox Research Center Webster of the Xerox Innovation
Twente, the Netherlands. He has worked with Philips Research
Group. He has led research, development, and manufacturing
for more than 30 years and his main area of interest has been
organizations involved in non-impact printing for more than 20
ink jet technology for non-consumer applications, such as
years. Originally trained as a chemist, he did his undergraduate
PolyLED display manufacturing and the printing of biomole-
and graduate work at Binghamton University. He also holds an
cules. (Note: Dr. Anke Pierik, senior scientist with Philips
MBA from the University of Rochester’s Simon Graduate School
Research Europe, contributed to this course. Her main field of
of Business. Gibson has 52 US patents and has written more than
interest is molecular diagnostics of infectious diseases.)
20 published papers in imaging and colloid science and the management of research and development. He is a frequent lecturer
in imaging technology, R&D productivity, portfolio manage-
SC07-S2: Digital Packaging
ment, and technology valuation. Recent invited lectures include
Sunday 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: George Gibson, Xerox Corporation
“Good, Fast Cheap in New Product Development: Don’t Settle for
Just Two,” and “Creative Destruction: Portfolio Renewal Rate
and Returns Optimization.” He is the author of a forthcoming
Increasingly the benefits of digital printing are
being applied to the production of packaging.
Conventional package printing techniques certainly produce the high quality demanded by
brand owners but frequently this comes with significant inventory and waste. Additionally increasingly sophisticated approaches to market
segmentation have shown that there is significant value to be had in tailoring offerings to an
increasingly number of smaller niches. Key to
unlocking this potential is the ability to produce
packaging of appropriate quality and cost in a
way that meets the scale and value chain requirements of the host industry.
This course covers the variety of liquid toner
processes that are and have been used, including
the strengths and limitations of each, and the
major application areas in which these techniques are employed. The course includes an
analysis of improvements of liquid toner systems
found in recent technical literature and patents.
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Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the forces driving adoption of
digital print in various package printing segments and opportunities for market growth.
book: Finding the Golden Eggs: An R&D Professional’s Guide
to Managing New Product Development Through Valuation.
SC08-S2: Papermaking, Coating Fundamentals,
and Media for Digital Printing
Sunday 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Sen Yang, Avon Products
This short course includes an introduction to papermaking and coating technologies, and a discussion on media requirements for digital printing with an emphasis on electrophotographic
and ink jet printing applications. Paper attributes that are important for color electrophotographic and ink jet printing are discussed. A review of recent developments of ColorLok™
Technology and “better paper for better printing” is included.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Describe the basics of papermaking and
paper coating processes.
• Understand paper property and testing
methods.
• Comprehend key media properties for
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achieving good color printing performance
for electrophotographic and ink jet printing.
Intended Audience: anyone seeking an introduction to papermaking and paper coating fundamentals, and who wants a better understanding
of the relationship of media properties, performance for electrophotographic, and ink jet printing. No working knowledge of papermaking or
coating techniques is presumed or required.
Sen Yang is currently a senior manager for Product Innovation
with Avon Products. He spent 17 years with International
Paper, Champion International, and Oce-Arkwright managing
digital printing media R&D and new product development projects. He received his PhD in polymer science from Brown
University (1990). Yang has led and contributed to a number of
new-to-the-industry and commercially successful digital print-
• Understand the polymeric concepts that influence fusing and various considerations
necessary in toner formulations.
• Analyze the critical parameters that define
the fusing process and latitude for common
fusing technologies.
• Determine the critical failure modes, and the
critical parameters that govern them, for
conventional fusers.
Intended Audience: scientists and engineers in toner design as well as the selection, analysis, and
evaluation of the numerous fusing technologies
used in today’s electrophotographic engines. A
basic understanding of the electrophotographic
process will be assumed; familiarity with the basics of heat transfer, and mechanics will be beneficial, but is not required.
ing media launches for both private label and OEM brands. He
has more than 10 patents in the area of coated inkjet, EP papers,
Dinesh Tyagi received his PhD from Virginia Tech (1985) from
and specialty media.
the Department of Chemical Engineering with a thesis titled
“Structure-Property Relationships in Segmented Polymers.” After a one-year post-doctoral position there, he joined Eastman
SC09-S3: Fusing Technologies and Toner
Materials Relationships
Kodak Company as a research scientist where he has continued
Sunday 1:30 – 5:30 PM (4 hours)
Instructor: Dinesh Tyagi, Eastman Kodak Company
phy. He was inducted into Kodak’s Distinguished Inventors
to work in the area of toner formulations and electrophotograGallery in 1994. In 1999, he joined NexPress Solutions, which
was later absorbed back into Kodak. Tyagi has more than 80
Most conventional electrophotographic printing
systems require a fusing sub-system that takes
the discrete toner particles and both fuses (coalesces) them together and fixes them to the media. This process is required to produce an attractive, durable image that is bonded tightly to
the substrate. The first part of this course reviews
the fundamental functions of fusing and details
past and current fusing technology trends in the
electrophotographic industry. The physics of
each technology is discussed, with a specific focus on each technology’s strengths and weaknesses. In the second part, the influence of toner
components on fusing performance is described,
including the underlying polymer architecture
and viscoelasticity concepts that govern resin
binder. Effect of pigments and other toner additives is explained. In the last part of the course,
the two to three most common fusing technologies are discussed, covering the critical parameters and failure modes that govern each technology’s operation, and the scientific and engineering
challenges faced during both the technology and
product-development cycles of a fuser.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Identify and comprehend advantages and
disadvantages of different fusing technologies that have been developed and used
throughout the industry.
patents worldwide. In the past, he has taught this course with
David Thompson, Xerox Research Center Webster.
SC010-S3: Introduction to 3D Printing of
Metals
Sunday 1:30 – 3:30 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Jason Jones, University of Warwick
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has recently emerged from niche engineering and hobbyist use, to be a mainstream strategic technology across a broad range of
applications. Two recent developments have
helped catalyse its recent growth: low cost polymer printers and high-end metal printers. The
internet is saturated with information about
low-cost printers, however finding reliable information about metal printing is more difficult.
This course provides insight into the existing
techniques for producing metal parts directly
and indirectly using 3D printing technologies,
including an assessment of their relative
strengths, weaknesses and costs. Additionally,
the fundamentals of material preparation, how
oxidation is avoided and post processing methods will be addressed. Key market players and
applications (including aerospace, dental, and
medical) are identified together with future
growth directions and standards activities in the
area.
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Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the state-of-the-art in metal
additive manufacturing processes.
• Become conversant with the fundamentals
and issues of additive metal approaches.
• Appropriately match techniques (based on
their pros and cons) with a variety of
applications.
• Gain a sense of the direction of future
development and potential for this
technology.
air breakdown depends on the air gap and
particle size.
• Understand electric field detachment of
triboelectric, ion and induction charged
particles.
Intended Audience: technicians, engineers, scientists and managers involved in electrophotography and digital fabrication research and engineering. Familiarity with college-level physics is
a recommended prerequisite.
Dan A. Hays retired from Xerox Corporation in 2006 as a
Intended Audience: anyone interested in gaining
early-intermediate exposure and understanding
of the 3D printing of metals. Those who want a
frame of reference for comparing larger scale
metal printing practices with conventional digital fabrication practices (for example comparing
the production of aerospace parts with printing
conductive tracks). There are no pre-requisites
for this course.
Jason Jones is co-founder and CEO of Hybrid Manufacturing
Senior Research Fellow. His research contributions in the field of
electrophotography have spanned the areas of triboelectricity,
charged particle adhesion, and xerographic development systems. During a 38 year career, he published 57 scientific papers
and obtained 79 US patents. Prior to joining Xerox in 1968, he
received a BS from Iowa State University and a PhD in physics
from Rutgers University.
“Very much liked the in class
discussions.”
Technologies, a 3D printing start-up which is equipping CNC
machines with additive manufacturing capabilities. He received
his MSc from De Montfort University, and completing a PhD at
the University of Warwick (England). Jones serves as a task
group chair for ASTM and led the development of several standards for 3D printing (ASTM F2921 and ISO 52921). He is an
SC12-S3: Paper Recycling and Ecolabels,
Deinking, and Deinkability
Sunday 1:30 – 3:30 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Axel Fischer, INGEDE e.V
advisor for SME’s Rapid Technologies & Additive Manufacturing Community. Prior to his research appointment, he worked
as technical manager in the CNC & 3D printing industry at
Unimatic Engineers Ltd. in London.
SC11-S3: Electrostatics and Charged Particle
Deposition
Sunday 1:30 – 3:30 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Dan A. Hays, consultant
Charged particle deposition is widely used in
digital copiers and printers to produce highquality documents. Such deposition is also being
utilized to digitally fabricate various devices.
This short course provides a foundation for understanding electrostatics phenomena that enable charged particle deposition.
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Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand basic concepts regarding electrostatic forces, electric fields, electrostatic
potential and energy.
• Describe different methods for charging or
neutralizing an insulative layer and powder.
• Describe techniques for measuring the
charge on an insulative layer and powder.
• Discuss how the maximum electric field for
The paper recycling process has been developed
to unlock the “urban forest,” the piles of read
newspapers and magazines, as an inexpensive
source for paper fibers. In the meantime, the recycling cycle has proven to be an essential part of
sustainable handling of resources. Therefore, all
members of the paper chain shall contribute to
its conservation.
Digital printing has a lot of environmental
benefits. But some print processes can lead to severe problems in paper recycling. This short
course will— supported by videos and other descriptive material—explain deinking in the industrial paper recycling process, how this is simulated and evaluated in the lab, and how it is
challenged by different printed products. It also
looks into present and future European Ecolabels for printed products.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Identify different printed products and
printing technologies.
• Understand the environmental impact of
printed products after leaving the shop.
• Appreciate the paper recycling process, the
importance and mechanism of deinking as
the key of this process.
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• Understand what European and US paper
recycling have in common and how they
differ.
• Learn about the different challenges of
different printing processes.
• Comprehend the principles of deinking in
the laboratory and how it relates to
industrial practice.
• Learn how good deinkability can be achieved
for different types of inks and printing
processes.
Intended Audience: anyone interested in environmental issues and the impact related to printed
products, such as product development engineers, product stewards, environmental regulatory managers, sales engineers, field application
engineers, ink developers, and others.
• Understand electronically functional
nanoparticulate inks, their rheology and
interaction with ink jet heads.
• Understand functional ink interactions with
substrates and image quality.
• Evaluate functionalizing printed ink
structures to produce working electronics.
• Look to the future: printing 1 micron tracks
and gaps; ink jet printing 100,000 Pas inks.
Intended Audience: attendees of all abilities who
have either specific or general interests in printed electronics will find something new in this
short course. A number of demonstrations will
be available to show some current developments
Steve Jones taught for eight year at the Sheffield University UK,
Chemistry Department, and held senior R&D roles in several
companies. For twenty years prior he worked mainly in the de-
Axel Fischer studied chemistry at Munich Technical University.
fense and aerospace sector developing high reliability avionic
Since 1994, he is responsible for the public relations of INGEDE,
electronics for civil and defense applications. He was European
the International Association of the Deinking Industry. He rep-
Director of R&D for Viasystems Inc., the largest global manu-
resents INGEDE at international events and working groups
facturer of printed circuits and one of the largest contract man-
dealing with recyclability, with digital printing technologies and
ufacturers of electronic systems. Jones set up Printed Electronics
sustainability in the paper chain. He chairs the International
Ltd. in 2005 with Neil Chilton to develop ink jet and other print-
Round Table on the Deinkability of Digital Prints. His teaching
ing technologies.
experience includes composing and presenting a science TV
show for three years.
SC14-S4: Liquid Toner Printing: Technology and
Applications
SC13-S4: Printed Electronics: A Practical
Overview and Future Trends
Sunday 3:45 – 5:45 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Steve Jones, Printed Electronics Ltd.
Printed electronics has been slow in its development due in part to the poor understanding of
the science of electronically functional inks and
the difficulty producing them. The interaction of
complex inks with ink jet heads and substrates
has compounded the problems developing a robust production process and reliable products.
However, the vision of tool-less, non-contact
printing to produce customized functional
structures is powerful and many problems have
either been eroded or circumvented. Hybrid
printing and component technologies have also
helped to extend production options and printed
electronics is beginning to move into the mainstream. This short course will overview some of
the more recent advances and speculates on
some of the newer technologies.
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Gain an overview of ink jet electronics (InkTronics), market applications and capabilities:
smart packaging, medical/pharmaceutical,
aerospace, and 3D structures.
Sunday 3:45 – 5:45 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: George Gibson, Xerox Corporation
Liquid toner technologies have long been held as
versatile methods for imaging in a variety of applications. Known for high image quality, especially high-quality color, liquid toners are undergoing a renaissance. Applications of current
import include not only document printing, but
a number of industrial printing, display, and fabrication applications. In spite of these demonstrated strengths, liquid toners are employed in a
minority of printing systems today. Indeed at
DRUPA last year two new companies introduced new liquid toner based products and there
was a considerable expansion of the total number of commercial offerings. This course explores how the fundamental strengths of these
technologies have led to this current state and
project where liquid toner will continue to be a
vibrant force.
This course covers the variety of liquid toner
processes that are and have been used, including
the strengths and limitations of each, and the
major application areas in which these techniques are employed. The course includes an
analysis of improvements of liquid toner systems found in recent technical literature and
patents.
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Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Recognize the fundamentals of five generations of liquid toner device architectures.
• Appreciate the composition and preparation
methods for liquid toners.
• Describe how the components of the toner
and characteristics of the process drive print
properties.
• Identify the major market applications where
liquid toners are used today.
• Have a vision of where liquid toner technologies are fundamentally advantaged.
• Learn about recent innovations in liquid
toner technology.
"Very good introductory course,
very clear, presenter was knowledgeable and well-prepared with
his material."
managers, and other charged with development
or manufacture of ink jet printing systems will
benefit from this class.
Hue Le is an ink jet printing technologies consultant at Le Technologies Incorporation. From 1997 to 2011, he formed and
worked at PicoJet Inc., Hillsboro, OR, which designed and manufactured fluid jetting devices and systems for industrial printing
Intended Audience: technical professionals who
want to become more knowledgeable about liquid toner printing technology.
applications. Prior to PicoJet, Hue was Director of Technology
Development for Tektronix, Inc.’s Printing and Imaging Division.
He has more than 32 years of experience in developing and commercializing ink jet printing systems and holds 21 US patents. Le
See instructor bio under SC07-S2.
received a BS in chemistry, University of Iowa (1979) and MS degree in chemistry, New Mexico State University (1981).
SC15-S4: Fabrication Materials and Processes
of Ink Jet Printheads
Sunday 3:45 – 5:45 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Hue Le, Le Technologies Inc.
In recent years, enormous progress has been
made in the design, fabrication, and commercialization of ink jet printing systems. This short
course describes the materials and processes that
have been used to produce various ink jet printheads, which are the core component of the
printing systems. Methods of forming ink jet
nozzle, anti-wetting coated nozzle surface, ink
channel and chamber, and various bonding
methods are then reviewed. Materials of thin
film resistor (for thermal ink jet) and piezoelectric ceramic (for piezoelectric ink jet) are also reviewed. The course concludes with insights into
the potential material interactions between the
more complex jetting fluids and the printhead
structures in several emerging applications such
as bio-printing and printed electronics.
Benefits
This course enables attendees to:
• Understand the basic science and technology
in manufacturing methods of various types
of thermal and piezoelectric ink jet
printheads.
• Assess the current development in fabrication materials and processes of ink jet
printheads.
• Evaluate insights into the potentials and
limitations of different types of printheads.
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Intended Audience: scientist, engineers, product
Monday September 30, 2013
SC16-M4: Security Printing Opportunities for
Digital Printing and Fabrication
Monday 4:00 – 6:00 PM (2 hours)
Instructor: Alan Hodgson, 3M UK PLC
This short course highlights the opportunities
for printing and fabrication in security printing.
There are specific opportunities in the technologies of physics, chemistry and material science
and an ongoing market for new hardware and
software applications for print inspection and
verification. After a brief introduction to this
market sector and the technical characteristics of
the solutions, the course covers three main
sections:
1. The security printing ecosystem. Here we
cover the materials, printing processes, electronics and electro-optic hardware
established in this sector. This section
covers existing applications and current
opportunities.
2. The threat from new digital printing technologies. Some of the security features that
have been used for years could become compromised by digital printing. These threats
are also opportunities for new printed and
fabricated security features.
3. Emerging opportunities for new features.
Printed electronics, mobile imaging and 3D
printing are starting to find their way into
this sector.
The security print application space is very
much wider than the obvious ones of identifica-
Seattle, Washington / September 29 – October 3, 2013
tion verification documents, such as passports
and identity cards. It now covers brand and asset
protection plus a host of emerging actionable
printing applications. Join us to explore the opportunities that exist in security printing.
Intended Audience: material scientists, print
professionals and engineers who are looking for
applications of their technology in the field of security printing.
Alan Hodgson has a background in photographic hard copy and
Benefits
This course enables an attendee to:
• Understand the fundamentals driving
security printing opportunities.
• Identify opportunities for materials, print
engines and electro-optic hardware.
• Gain an overview of how technologies such
as printed electronics and mobile imaging can
be used in the security print market sector.
image science. He works for 3M on print solutions for high security documents such as passports and identity cards. Hodgson
has a BSc in colorant chemistry and a PhD in instrumentation
from the University of Manchester. He has served as session
chair, short course instructor, and presenter at a number of
IS&T conferences. He is Chair of IEC TC 119 (Printed Electronics) and President of IS&T.
Hotel and Transportation
Information
The Westin Seattle • 1900 Fifth Avenue • Seattle, Washington 98101
Rate: Single/Double $184 +15.6% tax and $2.00/night STIA fee
Check in/out: 3:00 pm/noon Reservations Deadline: September 6, 2013
Online reservation code: IS&T NIP/Digital Fabrication
Phone reservations: may be made by calling the hotel at +1-888-627-8513 and telling them you are with
NIP29/Digital Fabrication 2013 or Society for Imaging Science and Technology.
Cancellation Policy: No fee if cancelled 24 hours prior to day of arrival; less than 24 hours’ notice incurs
a fee of one (1) room night + tax.
Early Departure Fee: 50% of one night’s room charge.
The discounted rate is available for 3 days prior to and 3 days after the conference dates of Sept. 27Oct. 4, 2013, based on availability. Early reservations are assigned on a priority basis to conference attendees provided they are received by September 6, 2013. To guarantee a room, a credit card number
or deposit equal to one night’s housing must accompany the reservation request.
Airline Info
Sea-Tac International Airport (SEA) is a 30 minute drive from the hotel. There are 21 international destinations served by SEA. For more information, visit www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac.
Getting to Hotel from Airport (15 miles)
Via Light Rail
SAVE THE DATE!
• At the airport, follow signs for the Light Rail, which will
take you through the parking garage.
Next year’s meeting
• Purchase a ticket at the kiosk at the base of the escalators. The fare to the Westlake Center stop is $2.75.
Sept. 7 – 11, 2014
• The travel time between the airport and Westlake
Center is approximately 45 minutes.
Philadelphia, PA
• When you arrive at Westlake Center follow signs to
5th Ave (Nordstrom) to exit. Hotel is about a block
and a half away.
• For more information visit http://www.soundtransit.org/Schedules/Central-Link-light-rail
Via Shuttle or Taxi
• Shuttle Express: one way fare $18; for reservations visit http://www.shuttleexpress.com/.
• Taxi service is available for approximately $45 one way.
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