Notion Systems sells another n.jet soldermask inkjet system to the PCB manufacturer Elekonta Marek, this is underlining its
leading position in the strategic business segment Electronics.
With the investment in an inkjet system from Notion Systems, we are expanding our technical and technological possibilities in
the production of printed circuit boards and are consistently pursuing the path of digitalization. We are impressed by the
possibilities that can be realized through inkjet technology, says Lars Presche – Managing Director of Elekonta Marek.
The n.jet soldermask is an inkjet system that prints soldermask contactless and digitally. The inkjet printing process replaces a
number of conventional process steps, is extremly easy to maintain, reduces waste water, energy consumption and this makes
electronics production more ecological and economical. Furthermore, inkjet technology can be used to create structures that
open up new possibilities in PCB production.
„The order from Elekonta shows that additive manufacturing is making inroads into printed circuit board production and that
leading companies are investing even in difficult times“, says Frank Tinnefeld – Sales manager of ASS Luippold; distributor
Europe of Notion Systems.
Both companies will work very closely together in the further development of processes to further establish inkjet printing in the
Notion Systems – The Future of Additive Manufacturing
Notion Systems GmbH is a leading supplier of industrial ink jet printing systems. The n.jet inkjet platform from Notion Systems is
used by customers to produce printed circuit boards, OLED & QLED displays, sensors and high-quality 3D parts. Notion
Systems relies on decades of experience of their staff in bringing precise inkjet systems to customers and scaling up digital
printing processes for functional material. Notion Systems is based in Schwetzingen close to Heidelberg – Germany and works
together with leading sales and service organizations worldwide with focus on Asia, Europe and North America.