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| April 01, 2016
It costs companies a lot of money to have machines out of operation due to failure. This applies to press shops, too, the focus of Fraunhofer's Presswerk 4.0 project. Researchers want to employ targeted data networking in manufacturing to help employees recognize and correct failures more quickly – and reduce failure-related downtimes by at least half. Smart, connected machines balance out disturbances so that material that normally lands in the scrap pile can be processed.
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Amcor | April 19, 2016
"Alusa – which includes Alusa (Chile), Peruplast (Peru), Aluflex (Argentina) and Flexa (Colombia) – is owned by Techpack S.A and Nexus Private Equity and generates approximately US$375 million from the supply of flexible packaging for food, personal care and pet food applications.
The company has four plants – in Argentina, Peru, Colombia and Chile – and a broad range of capabilities, including film extrusion, flexographic and gravure printing and lamination."...
Molex | December 12, 2016
Molex (Lisle, IL) has signed a worldwide license agreement to manufacture Enfucell's (Vantaa, Finland) SoftBattery power sources. With over a decade developing the patented technology, Enfucell has been a forerunner in printable battery design. The non-exclusive partnership allows Molex to serve rapidly growing markets for wearable and Internet of Things (IoT) electronics products and sensor applications powered by printable batteries. Candidate applications include wearables such as sports ...
Molex | December 22, 2016
Molex has developed a silver ink technology that prints silver flexible circuits on polyester substrates with traces and down to 0.13mm spacing. “Designers must fit ever-smaller components and traces on limited real estate,” said Dan Dawiedczyk, director of marketing, Molex. “Polyimide can accommodate that need, but is more expensive than PET. As an alternative to copper circuits, Molex has the option to use new silver ink technology and advanced printing to screen extremely fi...
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