Case Study: University of West Bohemia
University of West Bohemian reports about the plasma treatment of gold and copper electrodes for environmental and biomedical applications.
In recent years, 3D printing has become increasingly important and is now established in manufacturing technology. Due to the increased importance for industrial and private customers, the demands on quality, material variety and robustness are now increasing. For years, the Regensburg-based company relyon plasma GmbH, a subsidiary of the TDK Group, has been researching plasma activation in this application field. Above all, the production of large and complex components poses a challenge. These can only be manufactured as individual parts and then have to be bonded. This is where plasma technology is used to get a better adhesion and thus a strong bond between the individual parts.
From 19 – 22 November 2019, formnext, the world’s leading trade fair for additive manufacturing will take place in Frankfurt am Main. Relyon plasma will present in hall 11 on booth A76 which adhesion improvements are achieved by plasma in additive manufacturing.
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