On Publishing Convertech International (formerly known as Convertech & e-Print)

Developing countries, particularly those in Asia, maintain vibrant printing and packaging industries. Given their safety, convenience, and functionality, the technologically advanced functional films and advanced packagings produced in Japan becoming increasingly attractive to these overseas markets. In this way, CONVERTECH International brings those technologies and products rarely seen outside of the mature markets of Japan to the rest of the world.

CONVERTECH International covers a wide range of fields, converting materials, and from printing, packaging to precision coating, printed electronics, and nanotechnology. Although the converting industry in the developed world had its start in printing and packaging, over time it has absorbed a broad range of technological fields, and now supplies components that are indispensable for electronic devices, such as smartphones, and energy devices, such as lithium-ion batteries and solar cells. In some developing countries, as well, we are beginning to see these same trends. In response, we have begun publishing this English language journal to meet the needs of converters and converting related business throughout the world that require information on the entire range of technologies and products.


CONVERTECH International focuses on the entire range of converting technologies for webs and sheets—including films, metal foils, paper, nonwoven fabrics, and fibers—that are essential to fields ranging from flexible packaging to electronics and energy devices. Moreover, through this magazine we also provide the latest on trends in printable electronics, a technology that is being researched around the world to open up new fields for revolutionary electronic devices and applications.


Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the latest in converting technology and products from Japan and around the world.

Editorial Policy

Each issue covers the latest in technology, products, and markets for each of the individual elements that compose converting technology.

 Printing
  Packaging
  Coating
  Laminating 
◎ Slitting 
◎ Printed Electronics
  Web Handling
  Film Processing
  Adhesives
  Functional Materials

Special Topics

 Academic Research

Each issue covers the latest in research conducted by globally recognized academics in fields such as precision coating, something unseen in other industry journals.

Past issues have provided articles written by professors at UC Davis (US), the University of Minnesota (US), the University of Leeds (UK), PUC Rio (Brazil), the University of Tokyo, etc.

 Functional Material File

This topic covers the advanced films and materials that are in high demand throughout the world.

Themes that have been covered thus far include transparent metalized film, barrier nylon film, PVDC film, shrink film, etc.

Series Topics

◆ Coating technology and machine structures

◆ Slitting technology and rewinding technology

◆ Laminating technology and machine structures

◆ Printing technology by method and analysis methodology

◆ The current state and future of printed electronics

◆ Adhesive and PSA technology and the related analysis methodologies

◆ Web handling technology and related equipment

◆ Mathematics and converting

● Exhibition previews

● Exhibition reports from Japan and around the world

● Interviews with top management

 

For any questions, please send us email.

Machine Directory


Converting Machine Guide (CMG) is a unique, easy to use system categorized by company and machine/equipment.

Visit the CMG site.

Publications

WH Hashimoto
Contents:
Chapter 1 Background to Web Handling
Chapter 2 Web Handling Fundamentals
Chapter 3 Web Deformation
Chapter 4 Tribology in Web Handling
Chapter 5 Web Slippage
Chapter 6 Web Wrinkles
Chapter 7 Winding Mechanics
Chapter 8 Tension Control
Chapter 9 Web Spreading

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Convertech International

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CON­VERTECH INTERNATIONAL is an Eng­lish lan­guage bi- monthly mag­a­zine spe­cial­ized in con­vert­ing tech­nolo­gies. Avail­able in both print and elec­tronic ver­sions, each issue cov­ers converting materials, the fun­da­men­tals of coat­ing, print­ing, lam­i­nat­ing, and other related tech­nolo­gies.

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