Komori views the printed electronics business as a growth business. PEDEC was established to build a foundation for the development of elemental technologies and to create technological competitiveness to respond to the rapid evolution of the electronics industry.
The facility is equipped with a Class 1000 cleanroom, which requires a high level of air cleanliness, and basic analytical equipment, providing an environment for the applied development of advanced printing electronics. In addition to its own elemental technology development, Komori will utilize this center as a platform to promote open innovation through joint development with partner companies and industry-academia, continuing to explore the potential of PE technology.
Komori will continue to contribute to society through advanced technology development for customer kando – delivering customer satisfaction beyond expectations. We sincerely appreciate your continued patronage of our products and services.
ePrinting, an Italian print company, has a lasting relationship with Komori. Owner Francesco Costa explains that his passion for print started at a young age. With a people centered approach to grow his business, Costa is now realizing tremendous growth plus his personal passion for nature made him choose the Komori GL840 Advance including the ozone free HUV technology. The company is thriving, producing high quality print jobs and can guarantee delivery times in an extremely precise way.
Komori Corporation (Sumida-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Satoshi Mochida; hereinafter Komori) has established the Printed Electronics Elemental Technology Development Center (PEDEC) on the premises of the Tsukuba Plant in order to develop elemental technologies for Printed Electronics (PE).
Founded on the concepts of "Power to the Print" and "Trust in Print," KGC-S is a state-of-the-art facility where Komori offers its security printing technologies, fine-tuned over a period of more than 65 years, to government agencies, printing companies, and suppliers with interests in banknote and high-security printing by conducting printing demonstrations, training, and R&D activities.