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Fujifilm Dimatix Technology Integration Continues to Progress in the Printed Electronic Industry

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Lebanon, N.H. – Showcasing the latest in technological advancements, FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. announces successful high-volume manufacturing of printed electronic circuitry.

FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of drop-on-demand inkjet print heads, continues building upon its long and innovative history of providing print heads that deliver exceptional material placement accuracy, channel-to-channel uniformity, low cross talk and high productivity.  The Dimatix Technology Integration (DTI) engineering team and ink partners have recently developed high volume manufacturing solutions for printing conductive electronic circuits.  As demonstrated at the InPrint show in Munich late last year, FUJIFILM Dimatix print heads can deposit precise levels of silver conductive nanoparticle fluids at high speeds in challenging production environments.  This process has enabled new technologies and provided cost savings.

DTI single-pass technology and world-class print heads make DTI a leading innovator in digital inkjet integration for printed electronic applications.  DTI assists customers from the early stages of development to full manufacturing process implementation using customer-designed inkjet solutions.

“FUJIFILM Dimatix Technology Integration has created inkjet tools that enable a range of solutions from lab feasibility to extremely high volume manufacturing solutions for printing conductive and dielectric fluids,” said Scott Leger, DTI Business Development Manager.  “Five years ago, inkjetting functional fluids at high speed was a technical curiosity.  Today, FUJIFILM Dimatix has the proven technology to enable high-volume industrial applications previously thought impossible.  Inkjet print heads are a viable tool in a multitude of manufacturing processes.  We are at the forefront of an inkjet functional printing revolution.”


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