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Converting & Nano Technology Expo Report
Continuous Water-based Inkjet Technology Stands to
Revolutionize the Flexible Packaging Industry
Kodak Packaging Summit
Envisioning the Future of Packaging for 2030 and Beyond
Institute of Certified Packaging Proffesionals,Japan
Water-based Flexo Printing Makes Inroads Into the Gravure Dominated Flexible Packaging Industry of Japan
Flexographic Technical Association of Japan
Enabling Lower Resin Temperatures While Increasing Adhesion Strength
Ozone Division, Musashino Kikai Co., Ltd.
Expanding the Potential of Surface Plasma Treatments: From Films to Powder and Carbon Nanotubes
Supporting Film Forming and Resin Development Using Equipment That Approximates Production Machines
Electrostatic Printing Assist Systems Help Prevent Pinholing During High-speed Gravure Printing
FUJI KIKAI KOGYO Co., Ltd.
White Ink Developed In-house for the FXIJ Water-based Flexible Packaging Inkjet Printer
THINK LABORATORY Co., Ltd.
Developing Exterior and Interior Automobile Parts Using Glycol Lignin
SIP-Lignin / Miyagi Kasei Co., Ltd.
A Fun to Drive Car of the Future Made Using Japanese Cedar Wood
TENDO CO., LTD.
Utilizing Nanocellulose to Help Improve the Vividness of Pigments
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Cellulose Material Group
Promoting the "Japanese-ness" of LUNAJET Water-based Inkjet Printing
Comexi CI8 EB Offset Presses Finding Greater Acceptance in the Flexible Packaging Industry
Comexi/MEDIA TECHNOLOGY JAPAN CO., LTD.
New Packing Film Enables Palletless Shipping as a First in the Household Paper Goods Industry
Corelex Group/SAGAWA PRINTING CO., LTD.
Converting Detailed Structures Into 3D Data!
Applying 3D Scanning Technology to Manufacturing ,
Part 3: Making Full Use of 3D Data!
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tape
Science and Industry, Session 7
Pressure-sensitive Adhesive Tape Property Evaluation
(4) Evaluation Methods for PSA Tape Design
Thinking About the Drying Process as a Constant Rate
Drying Stage and a Falling Rate Drying Stage, Session 11
A Shorter Falling Rate Drying Stage Is One Advantage of Far-infrared Heating
No-wind Ionization Solves the Problem of Static Electricity,
the Final Task of Screen Printing