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  • Roll-to-Roll Coating for Printed Electronics and the Role of Contract Manufacturing
    Article discusses how contract coaters help new customers in the printed electronics market.
  • Web Coaters and Roll Coaters
    Web coaters and roll coaters are used to rapidly apply controlled layers of paint, protective films, adhesives and other types of coatings onto the surface of paper, plastic film, coil stock, metal foils and other sheet materials. The coating is often metered onto a roll and then transferred onto
  • Understanding Complexities of Patterned Coatings
    The majority of roll-to-roll coating projects use "blanket" or uniform continuous high precision coatings. Products ranging from imaging films to battery membranes to optical display device components typically employ blanket coatings where exceptional thickness control is required
  • Solvent Screening Studies.
    Solvent Screening Studies. By Derek Hammill, Defect Analyst. Contract coating manufacturers possess a wide range of expertise and tools to conduct the complex processes required for roll-to-roll coating. Among the specialties involved in roll-to-roll coating, solvent screening studies require
  • ARMEX (R) Cleaning and Coating Removal Systems Second to None for Cleaning Printing Rolls
    ARC International makes anilox printing rolls a some of the finest in the world. The quality of their rolls is indisputable, and so is the difficulty in thoroughly cleaning the millions of microscopic inkwells found on the surface of each roll. A possible solution to this problem emerged when
  • Medical Device Link .
    the roll-coating alternative: unlike systems that wipe coating fluid onto the substrate, this system uses coating heads with lip gaps up to 3 mil from which fluids are drawn to coatings as thin as 1 um. The slot dies have maintained cross-web coat-weight tolerances within 3 -5% in commercial applications
  • MICRO: Round the Bitchin' Circuit
    in 1999, will share with USDC the nearly $2 million cost of a multiphase project to scale up high-volume, roll-to-roll (R2R) manufacturing capability for the production of flexible OLEDs.
  • New Generation of Plastics that Outstrip Paint
    is CMFA's director and principal research engineer in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. He and his colleagues are examining how these appliqués may one day roll past paint as the coating of choice for military and other equipment in need of industrial-strength corrosion

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