MGI’s Ceradrop Announces Three New Orders for Printed Electronics and Intelligent 3D Printing Applications

The Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL) has acquired a Ceradrop X-Series Inkjet printer for Physics Laboratory and Analytical Electrochemistry (LEPA). This equipment will be dedicated to high-level research in the field of micro-fabrication of electrochemical systems (sensors, batteries, fuel cells) by use of inkjet printing.

“With CERADROP’s equipment being state of the art, EPFL- LEPA is taking advantage of the possibility of using “low cost” print heads, which is crucial to the simultaneous development of both new inks and the definition of industrial production processes. Similarly, CERADROP’s innovative inkjet head system allows for the use of three different types of printing as well as the multiple on board curing systems that pave the way for the 3D printing of intelligent multi-function components. CERADROP’s equipment ensures the success of our project’s current and future research.” Said Dr. Fernando Cortés Salaza.

United Kingdom – The Imperial College London has also acquired a Ceradrop X-Series Inkjet printer for their electrochemistry laboratory. This equipment will be used in advanced research programs in the field of the manufacturing of intelligent 3D components for storage and energy conversion. … (Read more)

Source: MyPrintResource.com