GSI Technologies has successfully completed installation and validation of a new, state of the art vision inspection system for roll to roll printing. GSI now has multiple validated roll to roll production lines that have full 100% vision inspection capabilities. The production lines currently manufacture various medical diagnostic products and have successfully demonstrated production of life science, sensor, and display industry devices.
GSI Technologies’ CTO Gordon Smith noted “We continue to advance our production capabilities. The new system allows GSI to inspect in real time for opens, shorts, as well as quantify dimensions and registration of the printing process. The system is designed for complete data capture and retrieval, with full integration in our statistical process control quality system. Our customers benefit from the confidence of 100% inspection and improved process yields.”
GSI Technologies is a leading manufacturer of printed electronics. The company’s market focus includes medical diagnostics, automotive, displays, and sensors. GSI Technologies has successfully worked with partners to develop and launch commercial products within the printed electronics area for over a decade. Experience in project management, manufacturing, quality systems and customer focus allows GSI Technologies to deliver quality, cost effective products.
Jack Kraemer, President of GSI Technologies, believes the new resources strengthen the company’s leadership position in the burgeoning printed electronics field. “This is one more demonstration of our continuing investment to support the future of printed electronics. We are striving to deliver the high quality expected by our customers’ for these technical market segments.”
About GSI Technologies
GSI Technologies is a Burr Ridge, Illinois-based manufacturer of functional printing and industrial graphic products. Originally known as Graphic Solutions, Inc., it was created in 1985 as a label and nameplate brokerage by siblings Suzanne and Bob Zaccone. Through the years, it expanded into printing pressure sensitive labels, aluminum nameplates, polycarbonate panels, and conductive printed products for the medical market. In 2000, it became the first licensed manufacturer of thin, flexible batteries in sheet form. Later, it began producing RFID antennas, medical electrodes, smart cards, RFID systems, and electroluminescent lamps. Since 2004, it has been a part of Thrall Enterprises, a family-owned holding company with corporate offices in Chicago.