New challenges require new technology
Today, jet printing is replacing conventional screen printing on factory floors all over the world. What started as an innovative idea has grown into a jet printing movement that’s here to stay.
Jet printing first took root a few years ago when a group of forward-thinking producers came to the same conclusion: most of their problems could be traced back to their screen printing process. They found it extremely challenging to handle the latest miniaturized packages and to deal with complex board designs with higher component density. It felt like current technology had come to a standstill. Instead of just complaining, they took a bold step and actually switched out their screen printers for a stencil-free machine called a jet printer.