Coatema showcases advanced R2R manufacturing lines for printed electronics at CES 2018


Coatema Coating Machinery introduces its latest advancements in lab and roll-to-roll manufacturing equipment at CES 2018 from 9-12 January. The innovative equipment manufacturer from Dormagen, Germany, provides flexible and efficient one-stop-shop solutions for coating, printing and laminating.

Coatema is a leading manufacturer of printed electronics roll-to-roll manufacturing equipment. Among the broad scope of the most prominent applications are OLEDs, flexible solar cells, biomedical printed sensors, renewables and IoT applications. CES 2018 in Las Vegas is the very first and most representative opportunity in the United States to present brand new advancements in several manufacturing processes.

An ultra-fast reacting slot die will be presented as an optimal solution for patterned OLED manufacturing, allowing start-stop reaction times in the low millisecond region. Furthermore, latest brand-new product developments will be introduced to the US market: The “New Easycoater” stands for a new generation of sheet-to-sheet printing and coating, while the new “Nanoimprint Line” allows pioneering printed nanostructures.

Coatema’s New Easycoater is an extraordinarily precise sheet-to-sheet lab coating and printing line. This unit is a revolutionarily easy and precise combination of slot die or doctor blade coating, screen and ink jet printing and various drying options. The range of applications includes printed structures, encapsulation coatings, biomedical sensors, patches, membranes, etc. 

All the more, Coatema introduces its also recently released Nanoimprint coating line for highly innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing of micro- and nanostructured surfaces as they are often used in latest light guide applications, functional surfaces and biomedical sensors. More information on both lines will be available at the Coatema booth No. 40937 in the OE-A joint pavilion at CES at TechWest.

Caption: Coatema will exhibit at CES 2018, the leading event for consumer electronics (photo: CES/Consumer Technology Association)

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