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November 28, 2012

For the second year, the PC Summit brings together the greatest minds in our industry's technical and commercial communities for a two-day event guaranteed to energize directions to inspire new growth in powder coating technology. The event features a day-long syposium with talks on the emerging technologies that are changing our industry. In addition, there is a full-day tutorial illuminating the fundamentals of powder coating technologies which includes a live demonstration of the powder coating manufacturing process. The event also hosts a networking reception where table top exhibitors can display their products and services to powder coating professionals.

Call For Papers Now Open

Papers for the PC Summit should present the latest innovations in technology and trends in emerging powder coating markets. We welcome papers about new developments in:
Powder Coating Cure Chemistry
Innovation in Raw Materials
Toxicity and Handling Issues
New Developments in Metallics and Effect Pigments
The Latest Application Technology
Advances in Testing and Instrumentation
Hyper-Durable Powder Coating Systems
More Efficient Cure Technology
Powder Application to Novel Substrates
Cool Color Technology
UV Curable Powder Coatings
NIR Cure Powder Coatings
Functional Powder Coatings
Aerospace Applications
Architectural Powder Technology
Low Temperature Cure
Heat Sensitive Substrates
Powder Bonding Techniques
Reflective Powder Coatings
Advances in Pretreatment Technology
Powder Slurry
Nano Additives for Powder Coatings
Thermoplastic Powder Coatings
Thermal Spray Techniques
For this workshop/seminar, we will accept 10 to 12 presentations. Abstracts for a 30 to 40 minute talk should be between 100-250 words, contain the title of the presentation as well as the author's name and contact information. Please submit abstracts by completing the Call for Papers form no later than January 31, 2012.

Please submit forms via email to Kevin Biller at

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