For those that are not familiar with the nonstop web splicing. In general, there are two types of nonstop web splicing, which are lap splicing and butt splicing. Lap splicing is about joining two web rolls together. To join an end of a web roll and a beginning of a web roll together by laying one roll over the other with a tape. In this case, an overlapping region will be created to join the two rolls. On the other hand, butt splicing joins the two web rolls together without an overlapping region, which makes it much harder to perform. Butt splicing is used in applications where the thickness generated by the overlapping region during web joining is not acceptable.
To print on a 50 μm ultra-thin flexible glass material using Flexographic printing. To achieve a two-layer printing: a conductive grid layer and an insulation layer. The insulation layer will be printed over the conductive grid layer through tight registration. This is completed on a Roll-to-Roll(R2R) CI Flexographic press, using silver flexographic ink, a low viscosity and a water-based solution containing nanoscale particles for the conductive grids. A dielectric ink, a low viscosity and water-based solution containing epoxy resin for the insulation layer.
You never know what is going to happen. Tomorrow can be good or bad. But when things turn in the opposite direction, you can count on KYMC to be there for you. Amid the COVID-19 crisis, travel restrictions were enacted. As result, all of our customers were affected. In this article, we would like to draw out one of the many examples of how KYMC worked with our customers to strive through this chaotic period as a team. A Portuguese customer trusted KYMC by ordering 5 KYMC machines to set up its new production line. This includes...
What is it like to work with technology companies? How is it different from the flexible packaging industry? In this article, KYMC will share its experience from two different angles: specification requirements and commissioning criteria.