Investments in our Applications Labotary

In order to provide our customers with optimal support, we offer worldwide service and contact persons on site. 


Our Applications Laboratory is an important interface in the cooperation between our customers and us. New or further developed products are examined and released for sale only after the tests have been passed there. 


To meet the growing demands and requirements of our customers, Kissel + Wolf GmbH has invested in new machines for our Apllications Labotary. Therefore we are optimally prepared for the future. In case of application problems or general questions, our technical department is happy to help!


May 15 - 18, 2018

Messe Berlin

Hall 4.1, Booth C65


October 23 - 26

Messe Düsseldorf

Industrial screen-printing applications

Optical or functional printing – industrial screen-printing offers an amazing diversity of versions for both of them. The classical graphic screen-printing has already gone through a technological transition and reinvents itself over and over, especial in industrial applications. 

In industrial applications, screen-printing can totally unfold its strengths, in terms of the variety of applications, rationalisation possibilities and the individualisation of printing and coating processes, which integrate the screen-printing technique into existing production processes. This offers totally new and unsuspected manufacturing processes and all-in-one solutions.


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Kissel + Wolf GmbH supports artistic project of the Fachhochschule Dresden


With honeycomb panels made ​​of cardboard and other amazing materials, graphic and fashion design students interpreted the ancient Greek legend ‘Icarus’ anew - every student in his own way.


Among them, two graphic students, who were inspired in their project called "Development" by origami, the Japanese art of folding. They folded 6 huge boards to various figures and processed them with different techniques – these folding figures should not only be a visual but also a haptic highlight. And so the idea emerged to flock the figures in different colours.  


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