PILOT LINE VOLUMES
The Gallus RCS 330 allows us to process substrates with a width of 330 mm and substrate thicknesses of 1.5-300 μm. A 2000 m long stan- dard role can be fully treated in multilayer printing within one day.
Scale-up and Pilot Production
In addition to our solid understanding of materials, processes, and printing technologies we offer extensive expertise in the development and commercialization of processes and systems for printed electronic structures, circuits and devices, taking you from small volume lab scale printing to pilot line volumes and beyond.
Our highly modified Gallus RCS 330 printing press enables us to scale up the volume of your devices depending on the volume required in their product development process.
The machine, measuring 17 m in length, is installed in our cleanroom. It allows us to process substrates with a width of 330 mm and substrate thicknesses of 1.5-300 μm. A 2000 m long standard role can be fully treated in multilayer printing within one day.
The printing press has been adapted in many ways to the special requirements of printed electronics. Printing and drying units can be placed along the web run. This modular design fosters rapid product development. Additionally the web run can be adapted to the specific requirements of each application. The fluid volume in each printing unit has been significantly decreased allowing test runs to be performed using only small laboratory material quantities.
The Gallus RCS 330 consists of the following units:
screen, offset, flexo, gravure
IR , convection, active cooling
hot embossing, lamination, rewinder, and upwinder
For multilayer and registration printing the press is equipped with state-of-the-art measurement and process control units. The whole press is capable of safely printing various solvents.