Inkjet Printing is a contactless and digital (maskless) industrialscalable printing technology. Thereby single droplets of low viscosity inks are ejected from nozzles located in the printing head. Each droplet ejection is triggered by a voltage driven piezo-element, literally squeezing out each droplet of the corresponding nozzle. Industrial inkjet printing heads contain up to 2048 nozzles, allowing for a high degree of parallelization and throughput. At the MATERIALS institute three state-of-the-art inkjet printers are available, a Dimatix DMP 2800 and two PIXDRO LP50 (one in the clean room) systems, allowing for the integration of different industrial printing heads.