#1 conference for printing and ink manufacture

Why Attend?

You'll get maximum educational and networking opportunities with a minimal time commitment. Return to your job with new ideas, methods and best practices that you can apply immediately

What Will You Learn?

Learn the latest develops in key issues affecting the Ink Industry. Benefit from information exchange, professional networking and a wide variety of educational and networking opportunities in an informal, relaxed environment.

Program Highlights

Technical and Regulatory Sessions, Keynote, New Technology, Table Top Exhibit, Awards Dinner, Golf, EHS Update, Market Trends

Technical Spotlight

Technology Spotlights

October 25th,2016

Start Time 4:30pm

The Fastest 50 minutes in Tech

(Subject to Change)

 

Low Viscosity Oligomer and Waterbased Solutions for UV Curable Inkjet Applications

Jo Ann Arceneaux, Allnex

Presentation from BASF

Presentation from BYK

Eastman cellulosic additives for flexible packaging and inks – food grade applications

     Cody Wilsoin, Eastman 

Additives for Inks & Coatings

     Saif Ansari, Kemi Additec

Water Wettable PTFE

     Shichiu Kwan, Shamrock Technologies

Presentation from Pantone

Pigment Focused Dispersants for Waterbased Dispersions

            Mark Dingeldein, Solvay

NPIRI Bulletin

New EPA Administrator Confirmed

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 16:37:19 +0000

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt was confirmed as EPA Administrator with a Senate vote of 52 to 46 last Friday, February 17, 2017.   U.S. Senate Committee Environment and  Public Works Press Release.

Category: Regulatory

NPIRI Bleaching White – Now Available

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 16:00:44 +0000

The spectrophotometrically controlled NPIRI Bleach White – X-1025 IT10 NPIRI Universal Bleaching White (containing by weight 60% zinc oxide and approximately 40% of hydrogenated methyl rosinate) specified in  ASTM D2066 -07(2012)  is available from Colorcon, No-Tox® Products 171 New Britain Boulevard … Continue reading

Category: Technical

Mineral Oils: Exposure, Toxicity, etc. 2017

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 18:49:22 +0000

FYI, a new scientific study has recently been released that compares accumulation of mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons (MOSH) in rats to humans; findings imply that current acceptable daily intake for MOSH may be set too high and current human exposure … Continue reading

Category: Regulatory
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