C01
Forced Wetting of Surfaces by Gravure Printing Cylinders

Overview

C01 investigates the wetting and dewetting in gravure printing. It focuses on the study of influencing factors on the characteristic dot and lamella splitting, which determine the printing result and pattern formation. The focus here is on the shear-thinning behavior of the fluid, temperature differences between the gravure plate, fluid and substrate, and the role of the gas phase. A further goal is to better understand the flow and wetting in the doctor blade chamber in order to optimize the printing process and prevent the inclusion of gas bubbles. Together with A06 flow profiles and with A01 the film formation will be analyzed and simulated with B04.

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Team

  Name Contact
Edgar Dörsam
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Edgar Dörsam
+49 6151 16-22780
S1|10 203
Pauline Brumm M.Sc.
+49 6151 16-23778
S1|10 314

Associated members

  Name Contact
Dr. Hans Martin Sauer
Functional Printing
+49 6151 16-22857
S1|10 207
Felix Braig M.Sc.
+49 6151 16-23752
S1|10 302

Publications and conference contributions

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