O Controle De Qualidade No Processo De Impressão Digital Em Cerâmica: A Utopia PossívelO Controle De Qualidade No Processo De Impressão Digital Em Cerâmica: A Utopia Possível

Autores: A. Beltramia, M. Costa Fuente: Cerâm. ind. , Volume 18 – Número 3 – Maio/Junho , 2013   Si desea obtener más información sobre este contenido contacte con nuestro Centro de Documentación

6 institutos tecnológicos de REDIT desarrollan tintas para impresión digital dotadas de nuevas funciones

Además de decorar, las tintas desarrolladas tienen nuevas propiedades como el magnetismo o la conductividad eléctrica y se pueden aplicar en superficies como madera, cerámica, vidrio, embalaje y piel. La investigación está coordinada por el ITC con la participación de AIDIMA, AIDICO, ITENE, AIDO e INESCOP y ha sido financiada por el IVACE y los Fondos FEDER de Desarrollo Regional. El Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica […]

JORNADA: “Predicción del color cerámico en monitores e impresoras INKJET”JORNADA: “Predicción del color cerámico en monitores e impresoras INKJET”

MGVCOLOR en colaboración con INÈDIT, ESMALGLASS-ITACA, EPSON y el Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica, organiza la jornada técnica gratuita sobre: “Predicción del color cerámico en monitores e impresoras INKJET” que tendrá lugar el próximo 5 de Noviembre de 10:00 a 13:00 h en el Salón de actos de ITC. En esta jornada se va a explicar a los asistentes la solución que plantea MGVCOLOR junto a INÈDIT para […]

El proyecto Multinkjet avanza en la investigación de tintas multiusos con nuevas aplicaciones

El Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica (ITC) como coordinador del proyecto Multinkjet: “Desarrollo de tintas inkjet multifuncionales y multisustrato”, ha acogido esta mañana al equipo de investigadores de este estudio, es decir,  del Instituto Tecnológico del Mueble, Madera, Embalaje y afines (AIDIMA), del Instituto Tecnológico del Embalaje (ITENE), del Instituto Tecnológico de la Construcción (AIDICO), el Instituto Tecnológico de Óptica, Color e Imagen (AIDO) y el […]

Inkjet printing of 200 nm monodisperse carbon nanoparticles: From nanoparticles synthesis to smart ink formulationInkjet printing of 200 nm monodisperse carbon nanoparticles: From nanoparticles synthesis to smart ink formulation

Authors: Vie ,R. Blayac ,S. Drahi ,E. Berthon-Fabry, S. Source: NSTI-Nanotech 2013 , 2013 Carbon nanoparticles can be obtained by the pyrolysis of thermoset resorcinol (R) and formaldehyde (F) copolymers nanopheres. In comparison with carbon black nanoparticules commonly proposed by chemical products suppliers, their shape is more regular and well defined. In addition R/F carbon nanoparticle can be synthetized with a very narrow granular spreading. Three different synthesis […]

Konica Minolta Launches New High-Speed Inkjet Printhead KM1024i for Ceramic PrintingKonica Minolta Launches New High-Speed Inkjet Printhead KM1024i for Ceramic Printing

Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) (TOKYO:4902) (ISIN:JP3300600008) today announced the introduction of the KM1024i inkjet printhead for industrial use with the drive speed at approximately three times as fast as the existing models. The new KM1024i is piezo on-demand printhead for industrial use with independent drive system of each nozzle channel, while the existing KM1024 series use 3-cycle drive system. The independent drive system enables […]

Efficient Inkjet Printing of GrapheneEfficient Inkjet Printing of Graphene

Authors: Li , J Ye ,E. Vaziri ,S. Muhammed ,M. Lemme, M. C. Östling, M. Source: Adv. mater.Advanced Materials , DOI: 10.1002/adma.201300361, 2013 Organic and printed electronics are now in the market and have great potential for further growth. Inkjet printing of graphene is a promising research direction in these fields because it combines the attractive features of inkjet printing (additive patterning, direct writing, low cost and scalability […]

Rheological Control of the Coffee Stain Effect for Inkjet Printing of CeramicsRheological Control of the Coffee Stain Effect for Inkjet Printing of Ceramics

Authors: A. Friederich, J. R. Binder, and W. Bauer Source: J. Am. Ceram. Soc. , 1-7 (2013) , 2013 The rheology of inkjet printing inks must be well controlled in order to be able to form small droplets. One solution is to use low volume fraction dispersed suspensions, but this leads to a common problem during drying called the coffee stain effect. It is caused by particle migration from […]

Inkjet printing of silver nano-suspensions on ceramic substrates – Sintering temperature effect on electrical propertiesInkjet printing of silver nano-suspensions on ceramic substrates – Sintering temperature effect on electrical properties

Authors: Rita Faddoul, Nadège Reverdy-Bruas, Anne Blayo, Bertine Khelifi Source: Microelectronic Engineering , 105:31–39 , 2013 The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of sintering temperature on the electrical properties of silver nano-suspensions inkjet printed on sintered alumina tapes. 1.68 × 10-8 O m minimum resistivity close to that of silver resistivity was measured after sintering at 700 ºC. To our knowledge this value is one […]

Pigment preparation and ink jet printing inkPigment preparation and ink jet printing ink

N. de publicación: us2013/0088553A1 The present disclosure is directed to a pigment preparation comprising aluminum effect pigments, a solvent and at least one additive, wherein the aluminum effect pigments have a d98 value of the volume averaged particle size distribution curve of less than 15 µm, the at least one additive is a phosphorous containing additive, and the solvent has a viscosity equal to or more […]

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