|Nanotube ink for printed-electronics|
Thursday, 18 February 2010 02:00
Nanotube ink for printed-electronics
Carbon nanotubes can be printed using commercial, high-volume printing methods and equipment, including flexographic, gravure and screen printing methods using inks from NanoTechnologies, reports Converting Magazine.
Single-wall nanotubes, based on V2V ink technology developed by Chasm Technologies, are said to have applications for a variety of printed-electronics products.
The ink technology enables converters to print large-area, low-cost devices including energy-efficient lighting, affordable photovoltaics, energy storage, and printed-electronics components.
Roland intros VersaCamm VS-640
Roland DGA has released its VersaCamm VS-640 inkjet printer/cutter featuring Metallic Silver Eco-Sol Max ink, states Wide-Format Imaging.
The largest of Roland`s devices, at 64-inches wide, the VS-640 was designed to produce signs, banners, vehicle graphics and wraps, fine art posters, packaging prototypes, labels, decals, POP displays, and heat transfers for apparel.
The VS-640 uses a generation of print head technology with integrated print and cut capabilities, and features print speeds up to 248 square feet per hour.
Agfa Graphics, XMPie partner
Agfa Graphics has formed a partnership with XMPie to provide customers with an integrated solution combining Apogee Portal and Prepress with XMPie`s extensible Web-to-print and online marketing tools, says Graphic Repro.
The partnership enables Agfa to offer the modular Web-to-print product portfolio from XMPie with prepress and project management tools in Apogee. The solution provides the benefits of complete job management and control, from job creation to delivery of the final product.
`When two technologies meet, one plus one is more than two,” says Alon Geva, vice-president of business development and technology, XMPie.
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