Sun Chemical demonstrates portfolio at InPrint
Sun Chemical will be presenting a range of products and expertise for functional, industrial and specialty print applications in Hall 6, stand 243, at InPrint 2017, 14 to 16 November in Munich, Germany.
SunJet, the global inkjet brand of Sun Chemical and DIC, will demonstrate its latest developments in inkjet chemistry and its ability to collaborate in development projects with OEM partners, system integrators and printhead manufacturers for all current and future applications in a broad range of market sectors, including graphics, décor, textile, industrial and packaging.
Sun Chemical Advanced Materials will present its SunTronic range of products developed to cater for the growth in printed electronics and touch screen technology applications. The range includes new conductive solutions incorporating nano-silver particles for improved sinter at lower temperatures, advanced dielectric materials as well as its latest etch resist solutions and masks.
Also on display at InPrint will be an established range of Sun Chemical's industrial products including SunHytek , SunCarte, and SunPoly.
Drawing on their combined technical expertise, knowledge and understanding of the diversity of end user industrial based applications, the Sun Chemical teams will showcase their range of ink solutions and inkjet chemistries used extensively in applications within the automotive, high technology, interior décor, metal and plastics decoration, direct to product, functional print and printed electronic industries.
Sun Chemical is also showing DIC's proprietary Separel hollow fibre membrane technology for the degassing (removal of dissolved gasses) of inkjet ink, resulting in consistently smooth printing, reduced substrate and ink waste, shortened printer cleaning times and lower printer cleaning costs. Unlike traditional microfiltration membranes, Separel hollow fibre membranes significantly reduce inkjet ink evaporation during degasification and can degasify inkjet ink at any parts per billion level.
Peter Saunders, global business director at SunJet, said: ‘As an enabler for many industrial based applications, inkjet technology is finding itself increasingly used in, or alongside, all manner of manufacturing processes, and it is this exciting future that continues to drive our commitment in the research and development of groundbreaking solutions to cater for this growing demand.
‘Our collaborative approach will enable visitors to our stand to benefit from a unique perspective and market insight in to cutting edge innovation and future technology development that will help to improve manufacturing processes, increase competitive advantage and elevate their own market positioning through creative product innovation.’