thick films and coatings production

SS&RP Screen-stencil & roller printer
In the advanced ceramics field, screen printing represents the main technique for the industrial production of thick films (layers with a thickness between 100 and 1 µm) for microelectronic applications (circuits, conductors, resistors, etc.) due to its simplicity, the high printing definition and the low-cost.
Tape casting Tape casting
Tape casting is a simple and versatile shaping technique that allows the production of planar sheet of ceramic or other materials with thickness ranging between 30 µm to 1.5 mm.
ARC Automated road coater
Rod coater is a simple device which is currently used to develop and scale polymeric coatings formulations to roll-to-roll industrial applications. The multifunctional and smart polymeric coating formulations made of polymers, nanoparticles and suitable additives, are deposited on different by means of a rod bar able to deposit different thickness.
SALbL Spray-assisted layer by layer
Spray Assisted Layer-by-Layer assembling coating is a chemical assembling process based on chemical and/or electrostatic interactions which establish between the materials building blocks consisting of polymers and nanoparticles, very useful to realize multifunctional and smart coatings.
Ink-jet Ink-jet
Inkjet technology uses thermal or piezoelectric nozzle to jet ink drop on demand onto a given substrate for thin film deposition and patterning simultaneously.