Panasonic: workshop on laser printing of PV panels

LTF-C (Laser Transfer Film Contrast) technology enables to have higher flexibility, precision and respect for the environment in the black, permanent printing of glass. Panasonic Electric Work Italia …

LTF-C (Laser Transfer Film Contrast) technology enables to have higher flexibility, precision and respect for the environment in the black, permanent printing of glass. Panasonic Electric Work Italia will be hosting a workshop on 16 March at its premises in Bussolengo (Verona), to train and inform operators about the new techniques regarding the traceability of glass, especially for photovoltaic panels. The Laser technology for black, permanent printing of glass workshop will take place from 14.00 to 17.45 and will focus on the applications of this laser technology in the photovoltaic sector. The main fields of application of LTF-C printing can also be used in the pharmaceutical and automotive sectors. Traditional glass printing (paint, chemical engraving, sandblasting, inks, silk printing) often does not ensure flexibility or duration of the printing over time. The use of laser printing can be the best solution because it provides higher flexibility, precision, respect for the environment. The workshop is aimed at glassworks and manufacturers of glass processing machinery and will be made up of theory and practical sessions, with speakers coming from the academic and industrial worlds, with some presentations in English.