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Program Overview: Print4Fab and ICAI 2021

Week of October 3: ICAI 2021

Printing for Fabrication 2021 technical registrants have full access to the 5-day International Conference on Advanced Imaging 2021 (ICAI). Attendees may watch the talks live and/or view recordings. The conference language is English. When you view the ICAI Program please note that live presentation times are for Tokyo, Japan. Access to the live presentations and the recordings will be via the Print4Fab 2021 Conference Portal (link coming soon).

Week of October 10: Print4Fab 2021

  • All talks are presented live, with real-time text commenting and live Q&A.
  • Sessions occur over two days, ~10:00-15:00 and 19:00-23:30 NY time, to allow most people to attend at least some sessions live, no matter where they live in the world.
  • Technical sessions are recorded and made available within ~24-hours, giving you the ability to listen to talks when it suits your schedule and/or to go back to review details. The recordings are available for at least four months post-event.
  • Print4Fab and ICAI share four joint keynote talks, allowing the two communities to get to know each other better.
  • Participate in an international event without leaving home.

Technical Programs

WEEK OF OCTOBER 3

Printing for Fabrication attendees have access to the full ICAI 2021 Conference, live talks and their recordings. As you review the ICAI Conference Program please note that listed times are for Tokyo, Japan, which is 13 hours ahead of New York. All keynotes are jointly sponsored.

Sunday OCTOBER 3

ICAI Opening Keynote

21:00 –22:00

Development of a Film Cleaning System That Enables Film Reuse and Recycling, Kazuo Satomi, Japan Printing Machinery Association (Japan) Even in the shrinking printing market, film printing for food packaging and other applications is on the rise. At the same time, the accumulation of waste plastics that cannot be recycled, incinerated, or exported and their disposal is a challenge not only for Japan, but also for the global ecosystem. This talk discussed the development of a system to remove ink from the huge amount of waste plastic used for test printing in plastic printing factories, reuse it as test printing film, and eventually recycle it.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 8

ICAI Closing Keynote

00:00 –01:00

The Status and Trends of ASEAN Printing Industry and its Challenges Aran Hansuebsai, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) The printing industry is changing rapidly and is threatened by several factors such as information and digital technology. This threat provides an opportunity in that “printed” products can be diversified by new processes derived from these "threats". Sustainability, energy, and environmental issues will increasingly dominate the economic and social agenda of the 21st century and will be the driving force of a new industrial revolution as well. Nowadays most printing companies are likely to move towards more knowledge-intensive processes of production. This talk reports on the status and trends of the printing industry in ASEAN countries. Weakness and success factors are discussed, including printing education in this region. It questions how printers can survive in competitive markets, particularly after the COVID-19 pandemic.

MONDAY OCTOBER 11

PRINT4FAB OPENING KEYNOTE

Session Chair: Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners (US)

10:00 – 11:05

Welcome Remarks, Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners (US)
MXene Inks Replace Metals and Carbon in Printed Electronics?, Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University (US) Two-dimensional transition metal carbides and nitrides known as MXenes (more than 50 compositions are currently available) exhibit high metallic conductivity (up to 20,000 S/cm), catalytic, plasmonic, reversible redox, and other useful properties. This presentation provides an overview of MXene synthesis and properties, as well as aqueous and organic MXene ink formulations. Examples of extrusion printing, inkjet printing, and screen printing on various substrates, including paper, textiles, and polymers, is provided. Due to their versatile chemistry and facile processability, MXenes are promising candidates for the next generation of printed devices such as interconnects, electrodes for batteries and supercapacitors, antennas, and sensors.
IS&T Award Presentations: Frits Dijksman, Joahnn Gutenberg Prize, and Mack Sowers, Raymond Davis Scholarship
11:05 – 11:30
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY I

Session Chair: Alvaro J. Rojas, Universidad Autonoma de Occidente (Colombia)

11:30 – 12:10

11:30
FOCAL TALK Novel Piezo Inkjet Technology and Printhead Capable of Jetting Extreme Viscosity Fluids for Additive Manufacturing, Ben Hartkopp and Marcel Strobel, Quantica GmbH (Germany), and Ramon Borrell, borrell.uk Technology Management (UK)
11:55
JIST-FIRST Analysis on On-demand Electro-Spraying, J.Frits Dijksman, University of Twente (the Netherlands), and Urzsula Stachewicz, AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland)

DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY GROUP Discussion I

Session Chair: Ingo Reinhold, HTWK - Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

12:10 — 12:40

Group discussion on deposition technology featuring the following Short Course Instructors J. Frits Dijksman, Univ. of Twente; Inkjet Fluid Dynamics and Fundamentals
Tim Phillips, Catenary Solutions/IMI Europe; Inkjet Ink Manufacturing
Mark Bale, DoDxAct Ltd.; Practical Inkjet Ink Characterization
Neil Chilton, PEL; Printed Electronics
12:40 – 13:10
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

SUSTAINABILITY: CIRCULAR ECONOMY OF PAPER

Session Chair: Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners (US)

13:10 – 14:25

13:10
Introduction to the Problem and Zero Waste Principles, Rick Anthony, Rick Anthony Associates (US)
13:25
Importance of Seeing the Printing Business as Part of an Interconnected Circularity, Susan Kinsella, Recycling Archives and Conservatree (US)
13:40
General State of Recyclability and Paper Recycling, Axel Fischer, INDEGE e.V. (Germany)
13:55
Global Paper Recycling Issues and Impact on Inks, William Moore, Moore & Associates (US)
14:10
Moderated group discussion with attendees and Circular Economy of Paper speakers
Break in program to accommodate time zones

PRINT4FAB KEYNOTE II

Session Chairs:Teruaki Mitsuya, Ricoh Company, Ltd (Japan), and Dong-Youn Shin, Pukyoung National University (Republic of Korea)

19:00 – 20:05

Welcome, Teruaki Mitsuya, Ricoh Company, Ltd (Japan)
Inkjet based Direct Printing Methods for Non-flat Surfaces, Kye-Si Kwon, Soonchunhyang University (Republic of Korea) Direct to shape printing on non-flat surfaces is the preferred method for packaging industries, such as bottle and can printing. Such direct printing methods are more efficient than indirect printing methods, and thus are extending their use to non-graphic applications. This presentation discusses direct printing methods for various applications of non-flat surface printing, such as beauty lenses and printed electronics applications. In particular, this talk covers how to apply high-viscosity inks to various geometries using numerous printing methods, such as near-field electrospinning, continuous inkjet, and needle-type dispensers, to meet a variety of industrial requirements.
IS&T Award Presentations: Teruaki Mitsuya, Chester F. Carlson Award
20:05 – 20:30
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY II

Session Chair: Makoto Omodani, Tokai University (Japan)

20:30 – 21:40

20:30
FOCAL TALK Meniscus Inversion Mechanism and its Impact on the Droplet Formation of an Inkjet Printhead, Dong-Youn Shin, Pukyong National University (Republic of Korea)
20:55
An Electrospray Coating Method using Multi-nozzle Head, Mosa MD Abu , Se Hyun Kim, and Kye-Si Kwon, Soonchunhyang University (Republic of Korea)
21:10
Effects of Embedded Depth of Internal Printed Ferromagnetic Cell on Data Clarity of Rewritable 3D Objects, Piyarat Silapasuphakornwong1, Hideyuki Torii1, Masahiro Suzuki2, and Kazutake Uehira1; 1Kanagawa Institute of Technology and 2Seisen University (Japan)
21:25
Versatility of Laser Enhanced Direct Print Additive Manufacturing, Omer F. Firat1, Roger Tipton2, Venkat Bhethanabotla2, Jing Wang3, and Thomas Weller1; 1Oregon State University, 2University of South Florida, and 3University of South Florida (US)
21:40 – 22:10
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY III

Session Chair: Atsushi Tomotake, Konica Minolta, Inc. (Japan)

22:10 – 22:40

22:10
Stealth Illuminated Printing with On-demand Melt Thermal Transfer Printer, Kenta Suzuki, Emi Miyashita, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Masahito Watanabe, and Hirotoshi Terao, Alps Alpine Co., Ltd. (Japan)
22:25
Aesthetic Photovoltaic System with Printed Quantum-Dot Layer, Hyung-Jun Song, Seoul National University of Science and Technology (Republic of Korea)

DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGY GROUP Discussion II

Session Chair: Garrett E. Clark, HP (US)

22:40 — 23:10

Group discussion on deposition technology featuring the following Short Course Instructors James W. Stasiak, HP Labs; Intro to Digital Fabrication and Additive Manufacturing
Paul McConville, Xerox Corp.; Direct-to-Object Printing
Rich Baker, Integrity Industrial Ink Jet Integration LLC; Industrial Inkjet
Chunghui Kuo, Eastman Kodak Company; Electrophotography and Machine learning (Print4Fab 2019)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 12

EXPERIMENTAL PRINTING

Session Chair: M. Cristina Rodriguez-Rivero, University of Cambridge (UK)

10:00 – 11:05

10:00
Welcome Remarks, Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners (US)
10:10
FOCAL TALK One and Many: Wet-Collodion and Woodburytype, Susanne Klein, University of the West of England (UK), and Paul Elter, Elter Studios (Canada)
10:35
An Intuitive, Imaginative & Interactive Art Experience, Anu Nadimpalli, 3am inspirations (Spain)
10:50
Recreating the Relief of the Temple of the Jaguars: Exploring Digital and Analogue 2.5D Printing of Mesoamerican Imagery, Abigail Trujillo Vazquez, Xavier Aure, Susanne Klein, and Carinna Parraman, University of the West of England (UK)
11:05 – 11:35
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

SYSTEM INTEGRATION I

Session Chair: Neil Chilton, Printed Electronics Ltd. (UK)

11:35 – 12:45)

11:35
FOCAL TALK Digital Textile Printing: Status Report 2021, Hitoshi Ujiie; Thomas Jefferson University (US)
12:00
Inkjet Printing for Bio-functionalization of Paper-based Biosensing Cards in a Roll-to-Roll Fabrication Pilot Line, Tim Kothe, Giorgio C. Mutinati, Thomas Maier, and Rainer Hainberger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (Austria); Mike Pickrell, Sun Chemical, Bath (UK); and Oliver Broom and Yuanyuan Zhou, RICOH UK Products LTD (UK)
12:15
Kissel+Wolf - Screen Printing Application, Andreas Künkele, Kissel + Wolf GmbH (Germany)
12:30
JIST-FIRST Development and Evaluation of Digital Denim Technology, Ming Wang, Lisa Parrillo-Chapman, Lori Rothenberg, Yixin Liu, and Jiajun Liu, North Carolina State University (US)
12:45 – 13:15
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

Group DISCUSSION on System integration

Session Chair: Susanne Klein, University of the West of England (UK)

13:15 – 13:45

Group discussion on system integration featuring the following Short Course Instructors Steven Abbott, Steven Abbott TCNF Ltd.; Optimizing Printed Adhesion: Surfaces; Formulations, Processes
Matti Mantysalo, Tampere University; On-skin Electronics by Printing
Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners; Digital Textile Printing
Enrico Sowade, Zschimmer & Schwarz TBC; Technology of Textile Printing
Hitoshi Ujiie, Thomas Jefferson University; Digital Textile Printing

Late Breaking News: Direct-to-Shape Printing

Session Chair: Werner Zapka, WZA-Consulting (Sweden)

13:45 — 14:15

13:45
Polytype (Switzerland)Polytype will present their capabilities on 'direct-to-shape printing': machines and applications; and an outlook on what they could do with improved printheads (i.e., jetting at high distance and related issues).
13:50
KRONES (Germany)KRONES will present their capabilities on 'direct-to-shape printing': printing onto containers, bottles, etc.; and an outlook on what they could do with improved printheads (i.e., jetting at high distance and related issues).
13:55
MEMJET (US)MEMJET will present their capabilities to print at high distance, with high resolution and high speed, and how they could improve the printheads further to address the questions from the users (e.g., Polytype, KRONES).
14:00
KonicaMinolta (Japan)KonicaMinolta will present their capabilities to print at high distance, with high resolution and high speed, and how they could improve the printheads further to address the questions from the users (e.g., Polytype, KRONES).
14:05
Moderated group discussion and Q&A with Late Breaking News speakers and attendees
Break in program to accommodate time zones

SYSTEM INTEGRATION II

Session Chair: Takeshi Menjo (Japan)

19:00 – 20:10

19:00
Welcome Remarks, Teruaki Mitsuya, Ricoh Company, Ltd (Japan)
19:10
Simulation of Inkjet Printing using Fluid Structural Interaction (FSI), Dong Yeol Shin, Jae Min Jeon, Woo Jin Jeong, Hee Jung Kwak, and Jun Young Kim, Gyeongsang National University (Republic of Korea)
19:25
Hardness Testing Process for Enhanced Joining, Material Validation, and Mass Serialization, Katrina J. Weinmann and Steven J. Simske, Colorado State University (US)
19:40
The Art of Gift-giving: Laser Cutting as a Value-added Technology for Fabricating Customized Biodegradable Packaging, Shalida Mohd Rosnan and Toshiharu Enomae, University of Tsukuba (Japan)
19:55
Atomic Growing for Grid Alignment, Yujian Xu1, Matthew Gaubatz2, Stephen Pollard2, Robert Ulichney1, and Jan Allebach1; 1Purdue University and 2HP Labs (US)
20:10 – 20:35
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

SYSTEM INTEGRATION III

Session Chair: TBA

20:35 – 21:35

20:35
JIST-FIRST SoftPrint: Investigating Haptic Softness Perception of 3D Printed Soft Object in FDM 3D Printers, Motoki Miyoshi, Parinya Punpongsanon, Daisuke Iwai, and Kosuke Sato, Osaka University (Japan)
20:50
A Study on the Development of Coupling Simulation Technique for Predicting Toner Particle Leakage, Yunki You1, Jungro Seo1, Cheol Oahn2, Yooseok Kim3, and Taehan Kim1; 1HP Printing Korea Co., Ltd., 2Metariver Technology Co., Ltd., and 3TAESUNG S&E, INC. (Republic of Korea)
21:05
Color Reproduction Study on the Corrugated Packaging Using UV Wide-format Inkjet Printer, Yu Ju Wu, Appalachian State University (US)
21:20
TBA, TBA
21:35 – 22:00
Session Break: Join speakers and other attendees in Gather for informal discussions and networking.

BEST OF ICAI: INVITED PAPERS From the International Conference on advanced imaging

Session Chair: Nobuyiki Nakayama, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. (Japan)

22:00– 22:45

22:00
Micro-patterning based on optical vortex laser induced forward transfer, Muneaki Iwata1, 2, Akihiro Kaneko1, 2 and Takashige Omatsu2; 1Ricoh Company, Ltd., 2Chiba University (Japan)
22:15
Copper oxide (CuO) fine line fabrication by printing method and green laser sintering to form Cu conductive line, Md. Khalilur Rahman1, Md. Abu Mosa2 and Kye-Si Kwon2 ; 1Comilla University (Bangladesh), 2Soonchunhyang University, (Republic of Korea)
22:30
Micropillar surfaces for generation of three-dimensional skin models in vitro, Takahiro Kakegawa and Koji Fujimoto, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (Japan)

LATE BREAKING NEWS: Impact of Covid-19 on Industrial Applications of Inkjet and Current Status

Session Chair: Masahiko Fujii, Keio University Institute at SFC (Japan)

22:45 – 23:25

22:45
On-Demand Thread Coloring Technology by Inkjet Printing, Ishiyama Yoshiyuki, Ricoh (Japan)
22:55
Impact of Covid-19 on the Textile Industry and the Current Status of Digital Textiles, Koromo Shirota, Canon Inc. (Japan)
23:05
The Promotion of Inkjet Applications Business, Shotaro Watanabe, Seiko Epson (Japan)
23:15
Discussion of Late Breaking News papers with presenters and Atsushi Tomotake, Konica Minolta

CLOSING REMARKS

Session Chair: Teruaki (Aki) Mitsuya, Ricoh Company, Ltd (Japan), and Ron Askeland, HP Emeritus Engineer with MBO Partners (US)

 23:25 – 23:35

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Keynote Speakers

Printing for Fabrication Keynote

Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University (US)

MXene Inks Replace Metals and Carbon in Printed Electronics?

Two-dimensional transition metal carbides and nitrides known as MXenes (more than 50 compositions are currently available) exhibit high metallic conductivity (up to 20,000 S/cm), catalytic, plasmonic, reversible redox, and other useful properties. This presentation provides an overview of MXene synthesis and properties, as well as aqueous and organic MXene ink formulations. Examples of extrusion printing, inkjet printing, and screen printing on various substrates, including paper, textiles, and polymers, is provided. Due to their versatile chemistry and facile processability, MXenes are promising candidates for the next generation of printed devices such as interconnects, electrodes for batteries and supercapacitors, antennas, and sensors.

Yury Gogotsi is director of the A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Distinguished University Professor, and Charles T. and Ruth M. Bach Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel University. He received his BS/MS (1984, metallurgy) and PhD (1986, physical chemistry) from Kiev Polytechnic and a DSc degree from the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (1995). He works on 2D carbides and nitrides (MXenes), and their applications in energy, environmental protection, electronics, and medicine.

Kye-Si Kwon

Printing for Fabrication Keynote

Kye-Si Kwon (권계시), Soonchunhyang University (Republic of Korea)

Inkjet based Direct Printing Methods for Non-flat Surfaces

Direct to shape printing on non-flat surfaces is the preferred method for packaging industries, such as bottle and can printing. Such direct printing methods are more efficient than indirect printing methods, and thus are extending their use to non-graphic applications. This presentation discusses direct printing methods for various applications of non-flat surface printing, such as beauty lenses and printed electronics applications. In particular, this talk covers how to apply high-viscosity inks to various geometries using numerous printing methods, such as near-field electrospinning, continuous inkjet, and needle-type dispensers, to meet a variety of industrial requirements.

Kye-Si Kwon (권계시) is a professor at Soonchunhyang University in Korea in the department of mechanical engineering (inkjet.sch.ac.kr). After his PhD, obtained from KAIST, Korea (1999), he was a member of research staffs in companies such as Samsung and LG Electronics. He joined Soonchunhyang University in 2006 where his teaching and research is centered on inkjet-related measurement methods and system developments. In 2012, Kwon spent one year at Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in Palo Alto, California, as a visiting researcher. He also established a start-up company and served as CEO of PS. Co. Ltd (www.psolution.kr) (2013-2017). Can Conductive, Additive-free

ICAI Keynote

Kazuo Satomi, Japan Printing Machinery Association (Japan)

Development of a Film Cleaning System that Enables Film Reuse and Recycling

Even in the shrinking printing market, film printing for food packaging and other applications is on the rise. At the same time, the accumulation of waste plastics that cannot be recycled, incinerated, or exported and their disposal is a challenge not only for Japan, but also for the global ecosystem. This talk discussed the development of a system to remove ink from the huge amount of waste plastic used for test printing in plastic printing factories, reuse it as test printing film, and eventually recycle it.

Kazuo Satomigraduated university in 1984. After working in sales for the media industry at Fujitsu Kogyo Limited (Fujitsu Japan), he moved to Creo Japan (Kodak Japan) in 2002 and was engaged in business development for gravure printing and newspaper printing and was made a director in 2012. He has been executive managing director of Japan Machinery Association since 2018.

ICAI Keynote

Aran Hansuebsai, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

The Status and Trends of ASEAN Printing Industry and its Challenges

The printing industry is changing rapidly and is threatened by several factors such as information and digital technology. This threat provides an opportunity in that “printed” products can be diversified by new processes derived from these "threats". Sustainability, energy, and environmental issues will increasingly dominate the economic and social agenda of the 21st century and will be the driving force of a new industrial revolution as well. Nowadays most printing companies are likely to move towards more knowledge-intensive processes of production. This talk reports on the status and trends of the printing industry in ASEAN countries. Weakness and success factors are discussed, including printing education in this region. It questions how printers can survive in competitive markets, particularly after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aran Hansuebsai is a professor in the Department of Imaging and Printing Technology, Faculty of Science, at Chulalongkorn University.

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