FUJIFILM Dimatix is driving a revolution in micro-production technology. These innovations will deliver a new generation of imaging, electronics and other applications through the inventive use of our core technologies.

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The largest markets for Dimatix Printhead products are Wide Format Graphics and Industrial Marking and Coding. Our products range from jetting assemblies to complete printheads with supporting fluids and components. Our Print Systems Group provides custom solutions for such purposes as food decoration and other consumer products.
  • Coding & Marking
  • Outdoor and Indoor Signage
  • Point-of-Sale Displays
  • Addressing and Postal
  • Decorative
  • Textiles
  • Packaging
  • Wall & Floor Coverings
  • Commercial Printing
  • Screen Masking
Starting with legend printing on printed circuit boards, our piezoelectric inkjet printheads are now being used to create functional electrical traces using conductive fluids on both rigid and flexible substrates. In the future, electronic components and circuits will be fabricated using new organic semiconductor material and inorganic electronic fluids.
  • Flex Circuits
  • RFID
  • PCB Photomasks
  • Wearable Electronics
  • Solar
  • Fuel Cells
  • Batteries
Cabot silver ink printed with FUJIFILM Dimatix printheads
Our piezoelectric inkjet printheads offer a promising combination of productivity, reliability and uniformity, critical for the precise deposition of materials such as light emitting polymers used in Flat Panel Display (FPD) manufacturing. Dimatix inkjet printheads are used today for applications to create color filters for liquid crystal displays and LEP displays for mobile phones.
  • Flat Panel Displays
  • PLED
  • LCD
  • Color Filters
  • Display Backplanes
  • Flexible Displays
Life Science
The boundaries of Life Science market for fluid dispensing inkjet printheads are limited only by the boundaries of our imagination. This market is rapidly expanding with new requirements for precise dispensing of DNA and protein substances. The high costs of these fluids make our inkjet printheads with their precision placement and tight flow control an excellent dispensing tool.
  • DNA
  • Proteomics
  • Antibodies
  • Food Science
  • Pathogen Detection
  • Medical Devices
Fluid development is pivotal to successful implementation of the many new digital micro-production applications under consideration. The need for a new range of laboratory tools using piezoelectric inkjet printhead technology is a critical element in the development of these functional fluids. This demand is expected to fuel a rapid adoption of these new tools.
  • Material Development
  • Substrate Development
  • Coatings
3D Mechanical
Conventional production of prototypes takes many days and costs thousands of dollars to produce. The use of prototypes allows developers to economically produce mock-ups to iterate and verify their ideas for form and fit prior to manufacturing scale-up. Piezoelectric inkjet printheads are an ideal solution to jetting of the composite fluids used within digital 3D Mechanical applications.
  • 3D Assembly Systems
  • Sensing
Jetting of UV-curable optical polymers is a key technology for the cost-effective production of microlenses. These tiny lenses are used in devices from fiber optic collimators to medical systems. Our inkjet printheads' ability to precisely jet spheres in variable but consistent drop sizes provide opportunities for the cost reduction of existing optical components and innovative new designs.
  • Optical Lenses
  • Light Pipes
Photovoltaic (PV) is solar technology that converts sunlight directly into electricity.
FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet printheads and systems are used efficiently and cost-effectively to produce electronic elements using functional fluids that are applied directly and without contact onto rigid and flexible surfaces. It does this without the waste associated with screen-based application methods. Conductive fluids and unique photovoltaic materials, both organic and inorganic, are suitable for digitally printing flexible and rigid substrates.
  • Rigid inorganic such as silicon-based PVs
  • Flexible organic or inorganic for high-efficiency novel PVs
  • Printing conductive lines