Graph-Tech founders launch new venture

The founders of Graph-Tech AG, Piero Pierantozzi, Walter Urech, Peter Brandenberger and Marcel Galliker, have formed a new company, Radex AG, based in Grenchen, Switzerland. Graph-Tech was acquired by Domino Printing Sciences in 2012.  As with Graph-Tech, Radex will specialise in developing complete solutions for both OEM and end user clients.
It’s an experienced team with skills in hardware, software and consumables. Radex will look at applications ranging from packaging to textiles to 3D printing, and everything in between. 
Piero Pierantozzi, Managing Director of Radex. commented: “Many printing markets are transitioning rapidly from analog to digital, and the need for reliable industrial inkjet solutions is growing every day.” He acknowledged that other companies are also doing this but added: “One of our main objectives is to implement the delivery of the system incredibly quickly.  It is what we stand for: Radex – the Rapid Development Experts.”
Radex has already begun to develop core technologies, such as driver board electronics, ink and transport systems, for a variety of applications. The company works with a range of the latest printhead technologies and has experience in scaling production, installation and service.





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