Graphic Printer

December 2016

APPLICATION NOTE: SPEEDING UP OFFSET DIGITAL INKJET

For high speed printing processes, the limiting factor on the productivity of the equipment is usually ink drying time. To maximize printing speed without quality loss, it is important to be able to determine quickly when the printed substrate is sufficiently dry or fused. Read more at our new website...

APPLICATION NOTE: INFRARED FIXATION ON LARGE FORMAT PRINTERS

Flags, carpet, tiles and everything else that is printed on Large Format Printers with protective paint needs to be completely dried, cured or fixated before the end-products can be cut, folded, or otherwise worked on. Read more on our new website...

APPLICATION NOTE: PROCESS OF PAPER MAKING

During the process of papermaking, a dilute fiber suspension is drained through a screen, creating a mat of randomly interwoven fibers. Read more on our new website...

NEW WEBSITE!

We are proud and happy to release our new website www.exergenglobal.com which is optimized for all mobiel devices. We hope you can appreciate the new design with detailed information about our non contact infrared temperature sensors, applications and markets. We would love for you to visit our new site and are looking forward to your feedback. Personal regards, Bart van Liempd Exergen Global

UPCOMMING EVENTS

Bart van Liempd presented at IMI: how to speed boost your machine

Download his presentation here

THINK YOU CAN'T PUSH YOUR PRODUCTION SPEEDS? THIS SPEED BOOST EQUATION SAYS YOU CAN!

It’s probably safe to say that everyone in the digital printing industry considers the demand for increased production speed an ever-present challenge. In order to remain competitive, printer manufacturers must continually balance the desire for increased speed with the need to avoid raising equipment and ambient temperatures to levels that negatively impact operations. Excessive heat in production printing can cause equipment malfunctions or failures and can degrade product quality, ultimately causing lost production cycles, increased supply waste, and lower ROI. No material is exempt -- the challenge to balance speed and heat is found in digital printing on all types of substrates: paper, tiles, carpet, textiles, even glass.  

TECHNOTE #52: SPEED OF RESPONSE

‍One of the outstanding features of the IRt/c is its speed of response – 0.05 to 0.2 seconds. This attribute makes it possible to monitor the temperature of fast moving materials in production lines, and rapid heating and cooling. For applications in which high speed is required, care should be taken in selection of the readout device, since most thermocouple readouts are much slower than the IRt/c. Read more on our new website...

BOB HARRIS 20 YEAR AT EXERGEN

On July 5, 1996, I had my first interview for a job advertised in The Boston Globe, the position was for an Inside Sales Engineer for Exergen Corporation in Watertown, MA USA. After researching the company, I thought it would be a perfect match for me, as I worked as a production and test Engineer for Loral Infrared and Imaging Systems where they built missile warning systems for the department of defense. I learned so much about infrared technology there and also took some night courses to learn more about IR detectors and semiconductor processing. Read more on our new website...