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adphos Digital Printing to Demonstrate Inkjet Curing Technologies

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Bruckmuehl - adphos Digital Printing GmbH, located in Bruckmuehl (near Munich), is a leader for thermal drying applications, for high performance drying for process colour inkjet – for functional coatings (pre-postcoatings) and for printed electronics applications.

adphos will take part at LOPE-C in Munich from June 12-13,2013 (booth 411) and introduce its new family of PE-lab to fab drying, curing and sintering products.

In live demonstrations we will prove 

  • drying and sintering within seconds of screen printed pattern of a conductive ink on temperature sensitive substrates as well as
  • roll to roll flexo coated with adphosNIR®- drying and sintering of silver based inks on a power coat®- paper web.

The demonstration will outline the dynamic capability of the photonic curing technology while acceleration/deceleration of the web transport and demonstrates the special adphosNIR®-curing principle (within less than 0.5 s total process time). 

Beside these live demonstrations, several adphosNIR®- laboratory devices are displayed on the booth No. 411. adphos also participates in the demonstration line with an adphosNIR®-photonic sintering process step.

At Ceradrop booth No. 408, in their inkjet based printer, also an adphosNIR®- system developed for Ceradrop, is demonstrating ultrafast drying and sintering capability.

adphos company own developed and widely patented adphosNIR®- systems technology allows compact optimum drying, curing and sintering solutions for almost all thermal liquid and solid coatings, for sheet as well as continuous web, even for molded and other 3D-components and for different kind of substrates. The adphosNIR®- systems technology is successfully proven in a wide range of applications by more than 2,000 production systems and can be easily adapted to production scale by analytical scale up of laboratory based and verified thermal process configurations.


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