The seminar will look at the current state and needs of the flexible packaging market and will include an overview of the latest advancements in low migration ebeam curing along with innovative solutions for flexible consumer product packaging applications. Printers, packaging printers, converters and finishers will learn about the benefits that ebeam technology can deliver for their businesses from presentations by leading industry experts on photopolymer chemistry and low energy electron beam surface curing technology.
The seminar will take place at the Georgia Power Customer Resource Center from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Registration is open through the ebeam website.
The session will feature presentations on:
- Electron beams and inkjet ink technology;
- Photopolymer chemistry and curing processes;
- Photopolymer chemistry indirect food-contact compliance;
- Advancements in primers and varnishes;
- Advancements in laminating adhesives
During the seminar, attendees will have the opportunity to network over lunch, as well as engage in a round table discussion.
The seminar forms part of an ongoing series of engaging and thought-provoking sessions that make electron beam technology more accessible. Past sessions have been held in China, Japan, Germany, the U.K., and Belgium.