InPrint Munich

INTERNATIONALE FACHMESSE FÜR DRUCKTECHNOLOGIE ZUR ANWENDUNG IN DER INDUSTRIELLEN FERTIGUNG

12.–14. November 2019, Messe München

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Neuaussteller-Talks

In dieser Vortragsreihe geben Neuaussteller in täglichen Kurzvorträgen Einblicke in Ihre innovativen Produkte und Lösungen. Die IMI Tech Talk informieren Messebesucher über wichtige technologische Entwicklungen und Methoden für die Anwendung von Drucktechnologie in der industriellen Fertigung.

Programm

Stand Oktober 2019, Programmänderungen vorbehalten

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12 Nov 2019
  1. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  2. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  3. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  4. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  5. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher surface energies for example on polyolefin based materials. Moreover plasma treatment is suitable for complex geometries and conductive materials as well as electronic components and printed circuit boards. This technology is already well established in different branches of industry to improve processes like gluing, potting, coating, etc., oftentimes replacing chemical primers for a more efficient production with lower environmental impact.
  6. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  7. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  8. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  9. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  10. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  11. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  12. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  13. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  14. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  15. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  16. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  17. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  18. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher s ...
  19. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  20. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  21. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  22. New Exhibitor Pavilion
13 Nov 2019
  1. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  2. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  3. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  4. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  5. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher surface energies for example on polyolefin based materials. Moreover plasma treatment is suitable for complex geometries and conductive materials as well as electronic components and printed circuit boards. This technology is already well established in different branches of industry to improve processes like gluing, potting, coating, etc., oftentimes replacing chemical primers for a more efficient production with lower environmental impact.
  6. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  7. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  8. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  9. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  10. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    This speech tries to re-define the process of printing - broadening the view from the traditional understanding of printing as being strictly graphical - and illustrates four possible ways of development for this generic thin film coating process, giving five examples for already implemented solutions that rely on established or enhanced printing methods.
  11. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  12. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  13. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  14. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  15. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  16. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  17. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  18. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  19. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher surface energies for example on polyolefin based materials. Moreover plasma treatment is suitable for complex geometries and conductive materials as well as electronic components and printed circuit boards. This technology is already well established in different branches of industry to improve processes like gluing, potting, coating, etc., oftentimes replacing chemical primers for a more efficient production with lower environmental impact.
  20. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  21. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  22. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  23. New Exhibitor Pavilion
14 Nov 2019
  1. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  2. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  3. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  4. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  5. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher surface energies for example on polyolefin based materials. Moreover plasma treatment is suitable for complex geometries and conductive materials as well as electronic components and printed circuit boards. This technology is already well established in different branches of industry to improve processes like gluing, potting, coating, etc., oftentimes replacing chemical primers for a more efficient production with lower environmental impact.
  6. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  7. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  8. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  9. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  10. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  11. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Plasma treatment can be used to improve adhesion of printing, especially on polymers. The presentation will adress the basics of plasma treatment for printing applications, with the possibility to treat for wide printing on objects.
  12. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Surfx Technologies has developed a new argon plasma machine that is idealfor high-fidelity printing on nearly all materials. A reactive gas beam, 100mm wide, flows out of the head and impinges on the substrate, where it cleans and activates the surface for enhanced adhesion in seconds. Surfx is the first argon plasma that will NOT roughen or damage your materials due to our patented process design. Do not let vacuum or air plasmas damage your materials with etching, sputtering or high temperatures. Surfx’s argon plasma is particle free and safe on sensitive electronics, plastics, and thin films. Get the exact printing performance you need by integrating our minimal footprint plasma source into your process line. Come to my presentation and learn about this exciting new technology.
  13. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  14. New Exhibitor Pavilion
    Certain surfaces pose challenges for print processes that can only be resolved by surface pre-treatment. Atmospheric pressure plasma provides the advantages of a corona treatment but achieves higher surface energies for example on polyolefin based materials. Moreover plasma treatment is suitable for complex geometries and conductive materials as well as electronic components and printed circuit boards. This technology is already well established in different branches of industry to improve processes like gluing, potting, coating, etc., oftentimes replacing chemical primers for a more efficient production with lower environmental impact.
  15. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  16. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  17. New Exhibitor Pavilion
  18. New Exhibitor Pavilion

 

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