Integration Technology at InPrint 2017
Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) returns to display the very latest in UV LED curing technology for industrial printing at InPrint 2017, November 14–16, Hall 6, at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany.
UK-based ITL brings advanced UV solutions to a wide variety of applications such as 3-D modelling, high speed single pass digital printing, robotic applications, medical device assembly, printed electronics, conformal coatings, genetics, automotive, display assembly, aerospace and many others.
ITL sales director, David Johnson, said, “Our expertise in designing bespoke or large highly specialised UV LED solutions is difficult to showcase at a trade show, but InPrint has always yielded a rich vein of projects.”
On Stand 613 ITL is showcasing the latest high speed and high dose variant of the SCX UV LED system. Packaged in sleek and robust casing, the recently-launched SC series offers machine makers peak and dose irradiation with complete linearity of output, even when scaled to lengths in excess of two metres.
A slim and compact architecture enables easy integration while water cooling provides stable, precise high output, these performance characteristics underpinned by the combining and integrating of ITL’s latest XT8 high efficiency array and STEADYcool technologies, are backed by a five-year warranty.
New SCX HD includes all the benefits of the SC series while doubling the amount of UV-LEDs in a single housing to enable superfast run-speeds and fully curing inks that need a higher dose.
Designed for high-speed, single-pass curing, it delivers a 28W/cm² of peak intensity with a class-leading dose capable of curing speeds in inkjet printing in excess of 100m/min.
For use in harsh operating environments, the new SC models can also be specified with a fully certified IP64 rating for dust and moisture resistance.
A selection of other examples from ITL’s extensive range of UV LED solutions will also be on display alongside both UV LED and UV Arc products from parent company IST METZ, who are co-exhibiting alongside ITL.