This autumn, ESC will be exhibiting at two trade fairs in Munich and Stuttgart as a printing machine supplier for applications in the fields of optoelectronics, PCBs and automotive interiors.
Speed, repeat accuracy and extreme precision are important requirements for printing systems used in the electronics and automotive industries. As the basis for complex production systems, the ESC-ATMA screen printing system is, according to ESC, the ideal and customised printing solution that can also be easily integrated into production processes. The complete process can be individually controlled in combination with various automated systems such as pick-and-place feeding, automatic registering with the aid of modern CCD camera systems, pre-treatment, removal station, suitable dryer, etc. According to the information available, the versatility of the ESC-AT screen printing machines is an important advantage in meeting the rapidly changing requirements in the field of printed electronics or in the automotive sector.
With the presentation of the Mimaki inkjet printers, ESC wants to show that there are also machine configurations in the digital sector that can be used in electronics production. Here, the Mimaki UJF systems for smaller formats with their versatile UV inks are intended to offer a wide range of applications. They are characterised by outstanding print quality and user-friendliness.
ESC was founded in 1949 and more than 70 years of experience in the screen printing sector have allowed the company to grow into a leading supplier. In Bad Salzuflen, one of the largest and most permanent screen printing machine exhibitions in Europe, the latest developments can be viewed on an area of over 5,000 m². ESC also supplies equipment for digital printing, pad printing, the filmless production of screen printing stencils, the well-known PERFECTA screen washing and decoating machines and a wide range of second-hand machines.
The Mimaki UJF systems for smaller formats.