relyon plasma @ InPrint
InPrint, the international trade fair for printing technology for use in industrial production, will open its doors in Munich from 12 to 14 November 2019. Relyon plasma will present plasma solutions for industrial printing for the first time this year in the new exhibitor pavilion on booth 850b.
Pre-treatment with plasma before printing has established itself as a standard process. It is used in all common printing processes such as digital printing, pad printing, screen or offset printing. The adhesion of printing inks and varnishes to the surface is enormously improved by
Beyond Corona – Atmospheric Plasma treatment for improved adhesion
Every day at 10.15 a.m. and at 2.15 a.m.
At the concurrent conference, Corinna Little will give a presentation on November 13 at 3 p.m. on the topic: Plasma technology in 3D printing for improved adhesion. 3D printing as a young technology is continuously on the lookout for improvements and innovations. One is the combination of plasma technology and 3D printing. The plasma handheld piezobrush from relyon plasma GmbH is used for bonding individual parts to large components and for improving adhesion in the fused filament fabrication (fff-fdm) process. This allows up to three times the strength of the bonded joints to be achieved without the use of environmentally harmful chemical primers.
Visit us at booth 850b
Come and visit the booth of relyon plasma at InPrint 2019
The exhibition is an important platform for the exchange of ideas and innovative thinking, for the joint development of concrete solutions, for valuable partnerships and new business. InPrint Munich 2019 is designed to bring providers of printing technology, components, systems and services together with the manufacturing industry, its subcontractors and integrators. The event is the leading platform for an emerging community of printing and industrial manufacturing specialists, offering enormous business potential for both providers of printing technology as well as for the industrial production sector.