Bicester, Oxon, UK: September 28th 2010
Integration Technology heads charge to industrial print curing at IMI
The fast-emerging industrial digital printing market defined the USA's IMI
Suppliers Showcase this month and Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) was on
hand with an extensive programme of brand new UV LED curing solutions
anticipating its needs.
While end users from diverse digital markets attended the event in
Baltimore, MD it was clear industrial digital printing had arrived in full
force, reported ITL North America General Manager, Jennifer Heathcote.
"While the wide format commercial
graphics market continues to thrive, the general view taken at IMI was that
the industrial sector could be larger by a factor of at least forty," said
"We picked up a lot of attention at this event because we had evidently
anticipated demand from this new sector."
Industrial printing covers a diversity of application - decorative,
functional, or both - including those for printed electronics, man/machine
interface, solar cell/energy, RFID, building/home décor, equipment markings,
displays and optics, packaging, smart cards, life sciences and 3D
A key sub-sector within the market, printing is starting to replace
traditional electronics manufacturing content and open the door to a
significant amount of new product development. A $US1.6 billion market in
2009, printed electronics is expected to worth alone some $US330 billion by
ITL reports fast-growing interest
in applications for its LED Zero series products in many applications such
as decorating, product packaging, printed electronics, and photovoltaics as
well as wide format digital printing, where the company already has
significant market share.
Seven new air cooled UV LED's
plus a further three new water cooled versions to complement the existing
Pincure and Solidcure products formed ITL's core offer at IMI, where
visitors were the first to see new brands Hi-Cure and VTwin.
Jennifer added: "All of our new
UV LED products were very well received at this show. Everyone knows LEDs
are the future and these new systems made an impact."
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