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adphos Exhibits New High Performance Drying Solutions at Print 13

Friday, July 19, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Bruckmühl/Heufeld, Germany -  At Print 13, the leading tradeshow for Digital, Traditional, and Hybrid Printing Technologies, adphos a worldwide leader of high performance drying and TDC (Tower, Dryers, Carriage) solutions, will be launching several new products with live demonstrations and will be highlighting relationships with key OEM partners and adphos' end customers at their booth 2680.

In cooperation with Graphic Systems Services (GSS), Springboro, OH - adphos will demonstrate several Inkjet based and Printed Electronics (PE) applications. adphosNIR® with its inherent low substrate heating, extraordinary drying efficiency and extremely compact system arrangements can be seen running real life applications where customers can see for themselves the benefits of drying, annealing and sintering of water based inks and coatings on substrates and at speeds previously thought impossible!!  The demonstrations include the drying of water-based inkjet as well as R2R-flexo printing with inline drying and sintering of silver based conductive inks for printed electronics applications (e.g. printing of RFID´s antennas …).

Additionally adphos will highlight the benefits it brings to several key partners and to adphos' direct customers. 

adphosNIR® systems are perfect for increased productivity and print quality enhancement for Digital, Conventional, or Hybrid Printing applications including upgrades, retrofits, or replacements to existing digital inkjet presses, hybrid (conventional/digital) and finishing lines.


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