Curvilinear Waveforms for Fluid Dispensing
Jim Clark has more than 25 years experience in the digital printing and product identification industries. Currently he is a senior member of the corporate research group at Zebra Technologies, where he develops advanced thermal printing technology and monitors the R&D landscape for new opportunities. At PerkinElmer Life & Analytical Sciences he served as project manager for developing life sciences laboratory automation equipment and principal researcher for investigating ultra low volume fluid dispensing technologies. While affiliated with Videojet Systems International, Jim managed a Technology Development department, led the Physical Sciences group and contributed to the design and development of industrial ink jet systems and laser marking products. Earlier in his career he developed xerographic developer technology at the A B Dick Company. Jim earned his MBA from the University of Chicago and MS/BS in physics from Illinois Institute of Technology. He has been awarded 7 U.S. patents related to ink jet printing.
Speaking in the symposiums on Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication.