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Our offer to innovators

Implement and familiarize yourself with LIFT technology for your applications, and leverage our research tool and services to create prototypes for your products.

Our Solutions

We provide multiple ways to work with our printing method. So whether you are a manufacturer of components, equipment, and products or supply materials; we have solutions that will benefit your research and innovation process.

Feasibility Studies

KEIRON will conduct research and experiment according to your defined designs, requirements, and specifications. This will allow you to validate LIFT technology for your challenges.

REsearch Equipment

Our specialized prototyping equipment can help you extensively test and validate LIFT technology and grant the ability to uncover new applications and invent the products of tomorrow.

Small Batch Volumes

In case you want to move from research to small batch production, KEIRON can be your outsourcing partner. We add value to your products in our own facility in Eindhoven and ship them back to you.

Integrated Equipment

When you want to move to higher volumes and integrate our technology in your own manufacturing line, please get in touch with us and we will tailor our solution to your requirements.

Our Specifications

Our technology already has remarkable specifications which you can work with, but has not yet reached its limits. Through developments KEIRON strives to push LIFT even further to enable new applications, materials, and products.

PRINTING SPEED

Print with over 1,000,000 dots per second and beat any method out there in regards to speed.

LAYER THICKNESS

Stack multiple layers on top of each other and create single layers of 0.5 micron and above rapidly.

INK VISCOSITIES

Work with a wide viscosity ranging between 0.5 and 200 Pa·s allowing highly viscous printing.

DYNAMIC RESOLUTION

Print fine lines with droplet sizes ranging from 35 microns to hundreds of microns.

DIGITAL PROCESS

Change your design on-the-fly and stop wasting time and money on manufacturing masks.

TOPOGRAPHY COMPATIBLE

Print on top of and over uneven surfaces such as components, corners and channels.

Have Questions? Get in touch with us.

Do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help. The FAQ below can guide you in the right direction, but if you require additional support or want to talk to one of our experts about your application, please reach out to us.

You can get in touch with us at info@keirontechnologies.com or use the button below. 

Frequently Asked Questions

You might have a number of questions in mind which you would like to ask us. Luckily, we have prepared some of the most commonly asked questions and their answers for you here. 

When will your high volume equipment be ready?

This depends on what it is you want to achieve with it. Please inquire with us regarding your specific needs and wishes, as the equipment will have to be adapted to fit your manufacturing environment.

Can we try out the technology?

KEIRON sets up feasibility projects with partners, but we also would be glad to talk about the possibilities of testing out our process and equipment in your own R&D environment. This way you can validate our tech yourself.

What is the distance between your donor and product?

This parameter is dependent on your desired print result, but typically we print in the range of microns to millimeters. If your product has high points we could potentially make contact with, please let us know.

What type of laser do you use?

KEIRON uses a range of lasers which can be both continuous and pulsed. However, the exact type of laser we will use is dependent on the application and materials you want to deposit.

Do you melt or damage the materials or product?

No, the material we deposit ultimately remains unaltered and cannot damage the product we print on due to this reason. This makes it suitable for sensitive and flexible substrates alike.

How much waste does your process produce?

Our equipment will produce little to no waste in mass production environments. The unused donor material can be won back at the end of your manufacturing cycle and utilized efficiently.

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