The event is designed for UV/EB users who are dedicated to sustaining the growth of energy curable printing. It also offers opportunities to network with industry leaders to enhance UV printing capabilities, discuss legislative issues and learn about the latest technologies.
Graunke, who serves as vice president - energy curable Ttechnology, for INX International, said the UV ink energy curable market continues to be a source of growth for INX. He’s scheduled to participate in the 45-minute session on “UV Inks – Food Contact,” that begins at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 13.
“Printers involved in energy curable have found this to be a fascinating forum and that’s why INX is continuing its support of this event,” Mr. Graunke said. “INX offers a full product offering of energy curable inks and coatings including low migration technologies. Our LM products are designed to meet the requirements of legislative regulations, industry specific guidelines, and are Nestle and Swiss Ordinance compliant.”
Mr. Graunke and other INX UV personnel will be available to discuss the company’s expertise on ink and coating application techniques, as well as the latest findings in research and development. The conference will give attendees the opportunity to ask questions and discuss individual needs with market experts.