This new event, AWA IMLCON™, IMDCON™, and IMECON™, will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Sept. 10-11, and will enable industry participants at all levels, and others interested in exploring the possibilities, to gain an expert update on three major pathways in in-mold manufacturing today.
The latest technology developments
AWA IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON will combine plenary sessions with concurrent application-specific sessions and a tabletop exhibition, to make it easy for delegates to gain in-depth insights on the topics that interest them.
With the addition of in-mold electronics to the program, participants can explore this leading-edge technology, which enables the installation of electronic circuitry into injection-molded plastic components during mainstream production, and with a much-reduced need for costly and time-consuming secondary operations. AWA are keen to establish a networking and learning interface for this emerging market, and have strategically organized the conference in Amsterdam in response to the strength of the market in Europe.
AWA Alexander Watson Associates have been following in-mold technology developments through in-depth market studies and in an annual event for over twenty years. As well as gaining the latest market data from AWA consultants, this year’s conference delegates will hear from expert speakers from the different technology streams, including Advanced Decorative Systems, Berhalter, Brigl & Bergmeister, Dupont, Elantas Europe, IMR Europe, Niebling, Serigraph, the Holst Centre (TNO), and Yupo.
The event is supported by industry-leading companies: platinum sponsors Holst Centre, Taghleef Industries, and Yupo Corp.; and gold sponsors Advanced Decorative Systems, Berhalter, Brigl & Bergmeister, Elantas Europe, and IMR Europe.
AWA IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON takes place at the Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel on Sept. 10-11, and the full program can be accessed on the event’s dedicated website, http://awa-inmold.com, where it is also possible to register online.