Direct Color Systems® has joined forces with additive manufacturing newcomer, ChemCubed, to release the next generation in UV LED flatbed inkjet printers.The ElectroUV3D printers allow users to effortlessly print conductive liquids to conductive, support, and insulating materials.
With the fine detail deposition of conductive liquids and available options to print directly to PCB boards and low temperature sintering, it has never been easier to print single or multi-layer electronic components.
Many of the features that have made the Direct Jet UV LED printer models the ideal solution for UV LED ink printing are available for printing conductive liquids with the ElectroUV3D line of printers. New features include ChemCubed jettable liquids, multi-layer processes, and electronic component printing.
“We are very excited about the opportunity that this release provides to our industry,” says Dan Slep, Chief Technology Officer for ChemCubed. “The ChemCubed jettable liquids are calibrated to print with this system and provide better resolution than mechanical and lamination processes.”
The ElectroUV3D printer will be on display at the ChemCubed booth (#414) during the Inside 3D Printing Expo in Santa Clara, CA from October 20 – 22, 2015.
About Direct Color Systems
Direct Color Systems® (DCS) engineers, manufactures & markets small and mid-format UV LED printers that utilize cutting-edge technology to deliver rich, full-color images directly onto rigid and flexible substrates. Combined with solvent and thermal ribbon printers with related printing supplies, including software, inks, substrates & accessories, DCS offers unique benefits for the signage, ad specialty, manufacturing, name badge, labeling & awards industries.
ChemCubed’s vision is narrow–to develop custom chemistries, for piezo-head Additive Manufacturing (AM), known as 3-D Printing. ChemCubed opened its research laboratory in the Advanced Energy Center located on Stony Brook University’s campus, a University known for its cutting edge research and strength in materials research. If you are considering incorporating 3D printing into your manufacturing or have ongoing research or projects, contact ChemCubed for more information on how we can help or visit us at www.chemcubed.com.
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