T-P-8 (graphic communication) Advanced printing technologies, development and applications

The aim of the course is the research of conventional, digital and hybrid printing technologies, including technologies of 3D printing. The purpose is to understand the key parameters for each of these technologies that affect the achievement of the optimal runnability, printability, productivity and economy of the press. The introduction of new print substrates, printing inks and printing optimisation. The emphasis is on the integration of different printing techniques and hybrid technologies to achieve the quality of different final applications, including printed electronics. Regarding 3D printing, investigate the critical parameters that influence the final quality of the printed 3D object and the introduction of new materials in order to achieve the desired properties of the final product (3D object).

Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)

3 1 210




TeacherTadeja Muck (coordinator)

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