Modernization of our AKTIPRINT T TABLETOP DRYER.
The new generation is more energy efficient, emits less noise and is more flexible. First exhibited during the FESPA 2010 tradeshow in Munich, Germany
AKTIPRINT M UV
Continuous further development of the AKTIPRINT M UV drying modules for new application fields.
UV INTEGRATOR AND UV INTEGRATOR S
Introduction of the new EDP processing program. Modification of our UV measuring instruments.
Exhibition of the AKTISPEED LED exposure unit at the glasstec trade show.
UV modules Development
Cooperation with well-known OEMs in the field of UV modules. Further development of UV systems with ECGs (electronic ballasts) instead of (optional) transformer operation.
AKTICOP S MH-INSTANT COPY LAMP
A new generation of energy-saving, metal halide lamps was the result of consistent further development of modern UV exposure technology: our AKTICOP S MH-INSTANT COPY LAMP.
Manufacturer of exposure units with movable covers for the printed circuit board industry, for example, our MONEX unit.
Expansion of the product line
Expansion of the product line by introduction of various measuring instruments and manufacture of ULTRAPRINT RR contact copy units, practice-proven movable cover units, for the KLIMSCH Company in Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
Further enlargement of production floor space from 750 m² to 4,500 m².
AKTIPRINT, the first UV drying system, was the beginning of this future-oriented, UV technology. Development of UV radiation curing began and was continuously further developed.
Screen Copy and Dry Units
Screen copy and drying units for large format silk-screen frames were added to the product line.
Expansion of product line
Expansion of the product line by introduction of the first AKTICOP metal halide copy lamps (with shutter system) and the VARIOCOP MH exposure units. TECHNIGRAF submitted a number of patent applications during these product developments.
Construction of and relocation to the larger production facility in Grävenwiesbach-Hundstadt (ca. 35 km north of Frankfurt/Main Germany). Beginning of TECHNIGRAFs regular participation in the drupa, FESPA and Productronica specialized trade shows.
TECHNIGRAF GmbH was founded by Mr. Walter Stumpe and his wife, Ruth Stumpe, on December 15, 1965. TECHNIGRAF made a name for itself within the printing industry with its Lumocop xenon impulse lamps and Lumophot xenon flash lamps for print shops. A large number of these xenon lamps were sold to the SIXT Company in Walldorf, Germany.