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Sun Chemical to Display Complete Portfolio of Materials for In-Mold Electronics at IMLCON 2019

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Sun Chemical’s Dr. Erika Rebrosova to Deliver a Paper During the Show

Parsippany, N.J. – Sun Chemical will showcase its complete portfolio of materials for in-mold electronics (IME) during IMLCON 2019.

Sun Chemical’s products for IME enable the production of ergonomic, lightweight and durable parts through cost-effective manufacturing processes, requiring less assembly and fewer moving parts. With the newest generation of Sun Chemical’s IME electronic inks, touch switches and lighting can be integrated into in-mold decoration and film-insert molding applications, including appliances, automotive parts, industrial equipment, and medical devices.

Dr. Erika Rebrosova, Electronic Materials Technology Manager at Sun Chemical Advanced Materials, will present her paper on Advancements in Ink Technologies for In-mold Electronics on September 5th at 1:45-2:15 p.m.

Visitors of the show can learn how Sun Chemical is the world’s only provider of both functional and graphic inks for in-mold electronics for multiple IME targeted markets. Offering an “IME Full Stack” where both graphic inks and electronic inks can be sold together from a single source, Sun Chemical is uniquely positioned to provide decoration, form and function for the IME process.

To learn more about Sun Chemical’s offerings for in-mold electronics, visit the company’s tabletop display at IMLCON 2019 in Chicago on September 5-6 or visit www.sunchemical.com/IMLCON2019.  

 

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