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The 8th Annual ACIMAC Meeting On Digital Decoration Technologies is back at Tecnargilla

16/09/2016

Organised by Acimac and Tecnargilla in cooperation with Ceramic World Review, the 8th Acimac Annual Meeting on Digital Decoration Technologies for Ceramic Tiles comes back to Rimini as in 2014, on September 27th, at 2.30 pm in the Neri Room. The seminar has become over the years the most eagerly anticipated event amongst Italian and international professionals. The latest innovations in the field of digital printing technologies will be presented by leading companies in the sector, moderated by Prof. Paolo Zannini.

The seminar will have the simultaneous translation in English.

The registration of participants will take place directly at the Conference Room, starting from 2 pm.

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2 - 6 p.m. Neri Room
Moderator: Paolo Zannini, Chairman Italian Ceramic Society

PROGRAMME:
2 p.m. - Participants’ registration
2.30 p.m. - Welcome - Paolo Sassi, Chairman ACIMAC
2.45 p.m. - Introduction to the proceedings, general overview and major developments in digital technology - Paolo Zannini
3 p.m. - Digital designing and production of ceramic product: aesthetics and plant design - Davide Medici and Benedetto Spinelli, Intesa Gruppo Sacmi
3.15 p.m. - Creavision, the innovative vision and self-regulation system for digital printing - Gianluca Poli, System

3.30 p.m. - All-round digital - Vincenzo Palumbo and Angelo Montalti, Projecta Engineering - Siti B&T Group
3.45 p.m. - Colorobbia: a perspective vision - Fabio Avoni, Colorobbia
4 p.m. - Full Digital: Glazing, Structure, Decoration and Finishing - Norbert von Aufschnaiter, Durst Phototechnik
4.15 p.m. - ETP technology for ceramic tiles digital printing - Alberto Annovi, Gruppo TecnoFerrari
4.30 p.m. - Fiery for Ceramics: The Smart Solution - Victor Asseiceiro, Efi Cretaprint
4.45 p.m. - Is digital ceramic printing on “main street”? - Gerard Winn, Xaar PLC
5 p.m. - From color to process management - Antonio Maccari, Macs Tech
5.15 p.m. - Question time and end of session
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