Italy : Sun Chemical, arm to demonstrate new ink solutions for industrial applications.
Sun Chemical, together with its inkjet arm SunJet, is set to demonstrate new ink solutions for industrial applications at Inprint 2016 in Italy.
The event will be held between 15 and 17 November in Milan.
New ink solutions and inkjet chemistries for functional, industrial and speciality print applications will be exhibited at the event.
Both will showcase various ink solutions and inkjet chemistries used in applications within the automotive, high technology, interior decor, metal and plastics decoration, direct to product, functional print and printed electronic sectors.
SunJet will display its latest versions of advanced conductive inkjet materials developed for printed electronics and touch-screen technology applications. The materials comprise new conductive solutions integrating nano-silver particles for improved sinter at lower temperatures, advanced dielectric materials, as well as latest etch-resist solutions and masks
Sun Chemical will showcase various industrial products, including SunHytek heat and humidity-resistant ink solutions for high-tech, appliance panel and automotive applications, as well as SunCarte colour consistent screen and offset inks, adhesives and varnishes for laminated plastic cards.
Peter Saunders, SunJet global business director, 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 ground-breaking solutions to cater for this growing demand."
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