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Infrastructure for functional printing

Printing technologies for the development of customised 2D, 2.5D and 3D printing processes


Our infrastructure

  • Inkjet printers
    Three modern inkjet printers are available, a Dimatix DMP 2800 and two PIXDRO LP50 print platforms, which enable the use of the most important industrial print head types.


  • Optomec aerosol jet printers
    Our aerosol jet printing process is a non-contact direct structuring process with high resolution (up to 10µm) and also enables the use of non-planar substrates and the creation of 2.5D structures.


  • ESJET printer
    Electrostatic Jet Printing technology is used to apply functional inks in a viscosity range and droplet volume that is currently not available for conventional piezo-based inkjet technologies.


  • Solenoid valve printers
    Compared to inkjet printing, this technology allows the application of larger drop volumes and working in a wider viscosity range with a larger minimum line width and lower possible printing frequency.


  • Flexographic printing laboratory unit
    Highly viscous inks or pastes are applied to the ink application roller via a doctor blade, which then wets the prefabricated cliché with the structures to be transferred. In the roller-based process, the ink is then transferred from the cliché to the substrate to be printed. 


  • Thieme precision screen printing machine
    In screen printing, a highly viscous ink or paste is applied to the substrate via a pre-structured screen (stencil) using a doctor blade. Parameters such as squeegee speed, mesh fineness and mesh size of the screen determine the printing result.


  • Microarray-Spotter
    The system enables simple, cost-effective production with high throughput and is particularly suitable for the manufacture of biochips for diagnostic applications.


Find out more about our services in the area of Printing processes and printed electronics.


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Institute for Sensors, Photonics and Manufacturing Technologies
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