New product launch: Coatema Thin Film Coater/Printer

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Next week the 10th Annual Printed Electronics USA 2013 will take place in Santa Clara, California. The IDTechEx event focuses on the commercialization of the technology, helping companies understand end-user requirements, latest technology capability across a diverse range of related technologies and end user case studies.

Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH will be exhibiting with information on their new Thin Film Coater; the latest innovation in coating machinery for printed electronics research and development.

The Thin Film Coater is a high precision laboratory tool for sheet-to-sheet operation which can coat and print in one step. The unit is designed to combine highly accurate applications of sub-micrometer layers.

The compact, robust, coater moves the substrate back and forth beneath the application systems mimicking the parameters and characteristics of a continuous roll-to-roll coating process.

The standard application system can combine: gravure printing; screen printing; flexographic printing and slot die. Additional systems are available on request. Alignment works with servo drives to allow precision sub-micrometers accuracy. Registration control can be embedded if needed.

The first Thin Film Coater is being delivered to a customer in Asia.

For more information on the Thin Film Coater you are invited to visit us at the Printed Electronics USA in Santa Clara Convention Center at our Booth F08.
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