Rotary Screen Printing for Printed Electronics

How Rotary Screen Printing can help you to print higher volumes, faster and more efficiently.

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Different techniques for Printed Electronics

How do you decide which printing technique best supports your manufacturing process and the applications you produce? There are various techniques possible, all with their specific advantages and challenges. The techniques that are most commonly used for Printed Electronics are Rotary Screen Printing and Flatbed Printing.

For example, seamless printing is not possible with Flatbed, while Rotary Screen Printing only supports roll-to-roll and does not work with sheet-to-sheet printing. When we talk about the investment required, the initial investment in Rotary Screen Printing costs more, but the running costs are lower with this printing technique. In addition, rotary screens last longer.

To list all these advantages, disadvantages, challenges and opportunities, our Printed Electronics experts have prepared a Comparison Sheet. You can easily download it for free, so you always have access to this overview. You can also request a Proof of Concept, so you can see what Rotary Screen Printing does for your manufacturing process.

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Screen Printing Techniques for Printed Electronics: 5 points of comparison

Although Flatbed and Rotary Screen Printing work very differently, they have many similarities. However, they also both have their unique advantages. But what is the best solution for your manufacturing process? What are the most relevant differences for your printing process and which technique can help you to improve your Printed Electronics best?

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Flexible Electronics: Printing Flexible Circuit Boards and more

As more and more electronic devices are (partly) produced through Printed Electronics, flexibility becomes increasingly important. Flexible Electronics are a well-known phenomenon in the printing world, but printing technique has its advantages and disadvantages. Which manufacturing method creates the best results for your printing line? 

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Electrically Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics

For printed electronics, the function of your application often determines the printing process you use. To get the functioning right, the printing process should be chosen carefully. There are several possible solutions, but the perfect combination of ink and printing technique is different for each application. Like the application you print, the ink often has a specific function as well. For example, electrically conductive inks are inks that can conduct electricity. 

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Free Webinar On-Demand

Watch our Webinar “Improving your Printed Electronics manufacturing with Rotary Screen Printing” anytime you like, thanks to our On-Demand recording!

As stated above, Rotary Screen Printing helps printers to meet demands for higher volumes, faster printing and longer runs. But what does this look like for your company? And when is Rotary Screen Printing a good fit?

Ben Robesin (Application Specialist) and Jaap Storm (Sales Consultant Printed Electronics) will give away tips and tricks on how to optimize your Printed Electronics line, using the most efficient techniques. 

The Webinar is in collaboration with Epishine, one of our clients and producer of printed solar cells. How did Rotary Screen Printing improve their manufacturing process?

In this Webinar on Demand our experts share:

  • What Rotary Screen Printing can do for your Printed Electronics

  • How to integrate Rotary Screen Printing in your production process

  • A use case on Epishine’s Rotary Screen Printing process

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Request a Proof of Concept for your Printed Electronics

Experience what Rotary Screen Printing can do for your specific Printed Electronics line.

Based on your current situation and the challenges you face, we will define the optimal approach of the Proof of Concept. Together we discuss the result and finetune if necessary until we are all happy with the result. In the end, it is up to you to conclude if Rotary Screen Printing is adding value for you and your customers!

Request a Proof of Concept and find out:

  • What Rotary Screen Printing can do for your Printed Electronics;

  • How you can maintain optimal and consistent print quality;

  • How Rotary Screen Printing adds value for you or your customers.

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