MGI Digital Graphic Technology acquires Ceradrop to expand its capabilities

MGI Digital Graphic Technology acquires Ceradrop to expand its capabilities

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CNRS spin-off company Ceradrop, French leader in inkjet equipment for the printed electronics market and the printing of 3D components, has been acquired by MGI Digital Graphic Technology, a provider of digital printing solutions.
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Ceradrop has developed advanced equipment for printing both 2D and 3D-ceramic and organic electronic components with high added-value, such as antennas, Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display screens, electronic chip cards, solar cells, RFID tags, printed batteries, and biomedical sensors.

These components can be printed onto a wide variety of materials such as glass, metals, polymers, plastics, paper and others to open up a wealth of applications that outperforms many conventional manufacturing processes. The company’s product line-up is able to print from 50μm wide conductive track to multilayer ceramic components such as 3D-printing.

With this acquisition, MGI Digital Graphic Technology expects that Ceradrop’s advanced technologies will merge with its own hardware and software expertise to provide multi-material, high precision and scalable equipment, to fit the needs of a new industry.

From a manufacturing standpoint, Ceradrop will benefit from significant purchasing synergies and industry expertise acquired by MGI over the years, especially when coupled with the 2011 acquisition of KÖRA-PACKMAT, German automation specialist, which reinforced MGI’s expertise in the fabrication of precision mechanical systems.

Visit MGI Digital Graphic Technology at www.mgi-fr.com

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