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AFIP returns in March 2016

We are approaching the third edition of Advanced Functional and Industrial Printing which will bring together printers, manufacturers and engineers on 2-3 March 2016 in Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Advanced Functional and Industrial Printing is a unique European conference with such a broad view on industrial printing including printed electronics, film insert moulding (FIM), in-mould decoration (IMD), label and membrane switches, touch panels and screen sensors, printed batteries and industrial fascia.

NFC, Bluetooth, RFID, flexible PTC – all these technologies are increasingly employing printing in the manufacturing process of their electronic components. The variety of presentation subjects during AFIP 2016 will reach from flexible and washable conductive inks, flexible keyboards to the latest printed batteries, radar sensors and combinations of PE and FIM/IMD for automotive or home appliances. With the support of leading screen and digital manufacturers, AFIP has become the umbrella event with the broadest approach to speciality print applications and successfully continues to educate about print in production.

The call for papers is open until 30th November 2015. Agfa, CST, Global Inkjet Systems, Grünig/SignTronic, KIWO, MacDermid Autotype, Printcolor and Pröll are among those who already confirmed their support for the conference.

Delegate booking with early bird rates valid until 31.12.2015 is now available at www.afip2016.org

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