Printers exhibited gravure offset press designed for R&D applications at NextFlex.
David Savastano, Editor09.19.18
There are a lot of projects being developed in the field of flexible and printed electronics, and plenty of opportunities and markets ahead. One challenge is producing the fine lines and circuits needed for these projects in the lab.
Komori America and Seria Corporation believe they have a solution with the Pepio F6, a gravure offset printing press designed for R&D applications. Komori Corporation has exhibited at Pepio F6 press to NextFlex, the consortium that was formed in 2015 by the US Department of Defense (DoD) and FlexTech Alliance to advance US manufacturing of flexible hybrid electronics (FHE).
Douglas Schardt, director of product management, Komori America and Seria, said that Komori is solely focused on printing, and printed electronics is an ideal fit.
“Komori Corporation is and has been solely focused on manufacturing the finest printing equipment possible throughout the company’s history,” Schardt said. “Armed with al
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