UV curing pioneer Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) road-shows new curing solutions for speciality, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D technologies next week at the only event covering functional and decorative printing in industrial production: InPrint (10-12 November 2015; Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany).
On Stand A6,G28, ITL exhibits the latest generation of its 2011-introduced Pincure system in the Pincure 2 UV LED
A more powerful solution than its predecessor and in a highly compact and lightweight package for high speed pinning between inkjet printheads, this system is only 20mm thick with integral all-air cooling and is scalable for length of application to deliver a powerful yet ultra-compact proposition. The proven optics of the original Pincure model – which completely eliminated the risk of UV light damage to the printhead nozzle plates – have been enhanced.
Also on show, the new Solidcure 2 N is a full cure system for colour printing or heavy pinning of high density colours in high-speed applications, including inkjet printing, roll to roll flexographic and offset printing, converting, and the curing of paints, lacquer and heavy coating films.
Slim and ultra-compact, again at just 20mm wide to slot into the tightest of machine spaces, the Solidcure 2 N is fully scalable in length and water-cooled to deliver class-leading dose and linearity of output to surpass other water-cooled products of this type.
ITL is bringing advanced UV technology to a variety of applications including 3-D modeling, 2D print curing, robotic applications, medical device assembly, electronic track printing, solder mask, etch resist processes, conformal coatings, genetics, automotive curing, cell phone assembly, hardware printing, packaging, UV tampo printing, white goods, aerospace and more.
All existing models in the extensive line-up of ITL UV LED solutions have recently received a 20% performance upgrade.
With hints of yet more to come for 2016, the UK-based company sees these latest introductions as the most significant development in extending choice to existing and emerging markets.