New Technology for Optimizing Adhesion on HP Indigo Print Grades (APAC Region)

Overview

DateOctober 22, 2020

Time9:00 am Shanghai, China

Duration1 hour

LanguageEnglish

Webinar Summary

The digital print market has seen phenomenal growth over the last 15 years, more than 15% compound annual growth rate. There are an increasing number of substrates and paper grades that are finding a fit in this fast-growing market, however, as with all grade/product development, there are challenges to improve process and/or cost efficiency.

During this webinar, Dr. Daniel Varnell, Solenis Research Fellow, will discuss the development of a technology that allows for better adhesion of liquid toners onto paper substrates and improved compatibility with other process size press additives, all while reducing program cost. You will also learn more about our second and third generation products and a preview of the next generation.

Do you need an alternate time? Get the same valuable insights at our webinar on October 21, 2020 at 9:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. Register for the October 21 session.

Speakers

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Thomas Hayden

Global Marketing Director – Graphic & Specialty Papers

Tom has over 25 years of specialty chemical experience in the pulp and paper industry. He joined Solenis in 1992 as a sales professional and has subsequently held roles in sales management and marketing. Tom is a Pulp and Paper Engineer graduate from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.

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Dr. Daniel Varnell

Research Fellow – Polymer Scientist

Dan is a polymer scientist out of The Pennsylvania State University with 37 years of industry experience and numerous patents. He has worked on graphite fibers, composites, photoresist, and solder mask materials, paper sizing, adhesives, paper strength additives, and extensively on surface treatments of paper. He is well known as for his work on substrates for ink-jet printing and, more recently, liquid toner printing.

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