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Initial production of metal nanoparticles for both wet and dry processes, as well as inkjet ink utilizing metal nanoparticles was a huge success and a major milestone in our research and development process. Subsequently, we started testing in the area of Printed Electronics, developing our inkjet system to mould wiring and electronic circuits. Furthermore, we plan to offer complete inkjet systems to match the great variety of customer demands; everything from the trial manufacturing of various metal nanoparticle inks to graphing systems adequate for all cases. Research in industrial inkjet printers, (production line printers or production line inkjet printers) and ink research continue to be our focus areas for sustained success.
In 2003, we started developing inspection systems as an OEM. We aimed to create an inspection system that would help us leverage our know-how of industrial inkjet printer manufacturing and consolidate the leadership position. In 2006 we established the Image Recognition System Development Department. Our endeavour in this research and development effort is to develop an inspection system that is user friendly and adds process simplicity to customers.
Articles requiring characters printed from industrial printers can be extensive, including everything from cardboard to metal, plastic, ceramic and foodstuffs; each requiring different quality performance. We started developing our ink materials and established the Ink Development department for the development of unique inks in response to the various needs of the market. In addition to regular inks, we responded to market needs with UV Ink, Stealth Inks, and Edible inks for printing characters directly onto foodstuffs like eggshells and fruit, and Tablet Inks for printing characters onto medicinal tablets. Ink development and ink research have been initiated with personal safety in mind.
In addition to the Ink Development Department, we established the Print Head Department in 2002. We became the only inkjet printer manufacturer to regulate everything from 'development to production' in-house, including ink and the inkjet's indispensable head. With a depth of know-how in high precision micro-processing technology, we have been developing heads to match client needs. With this, we enlarge our scope to create suitable heads for use in printing characters and for other applications like printed electronics. Research and development in industrial inkjet printers (production line printer or production line inkjet printer) is a continuous and ongoing process for us to help sustain our market leadership.
We always endeavoured to stay ahead of the times and work with foresight. We developed our continuous inkjet printers coupled with a variety of quick-drying inks that would print on packaging, plastic bottles or any material regardless of material quality.Our high-grade Piezo-style inkjet printers could print brand names, company names, logos, images, various barcodes and QR codes in addition to best-by dates and lot numbers on packaging with consummate ease.
Earlier, stamping on the production lines was done manually. We were pioneers in automating the lines with our self-developed automatic stamping machine, which used rubber stamps. These Roller Coder machines gave instant success to KGK during that era.
KGK has maintained its market leadership since the introduction of this product and take pride in the rich research and development heritage.