In 2010 IQDEMY introduced inks that contain silver and are based on UV varnish. The importance of this project was motivated by the market demand for electronic circuits prototyping equipment. Inks composition undergone special tests, so this technology can be adapted to clients’ needs.
Our equipment and special chemical compositions is able to print antennas, sensors, displays, and printed batteries etc. We integrate these elements with; paper, plastic film, fabric, ceramics, metals, and even large physical objects. We have the ability to custom: print, etch, laser cut, solder paste, and assemble on site. Our ability to add electronics directly onto the surface of preexisting physical objects, or inside/below the surface in some cases, can have significant benefits in terms of effectiveness and robustness.
Printing is increasingly used in many applications, the talk will highlight the market developments with emphasis on the new opportunities across the automotive and transport system. Print is everywhere in cars, trucks, trains, ships and aerospace from dashboards, upholstery, windows, switches and dials– not including the durable labels also involved. It is a complex, fragmented supply chain where print expertise in highly necessary.
Technical markings on audio, electrical, and household products must be resilient in the face of heat, exposure to chemicals and general wear and tear. IQDEMY’s equipment and special inks provide maximum resistance on various substrates.
Icons, scales, and other markings on electrical switches, nameplates, and dials are important sources of information and guidance. IQDEMY solutions for Technical Marking is ideal for these applications. It creates highly durable results, can be easily integrated into production lines, and is suitable for substrates such as ABS, polyamide, POM, varnished surfaces, and metals.