On May 16, 2005, Spectra, Inc., changed its corporate name to Dimatix, Inc. and introduced its corporate brand. The Spectra name is known worldwide for its industrial piezoelectric ink jet printheads, assemblies, components and systems used in a variety of industrial and commercial printing and imaging applications. Its name change, after 20 years of operation, reflected the significant expansion of Spectra’s business into ink jet solutions for high-performance precision deposition of traditional and nanoparticle fluids for emerging applications. Spectra remains as the brand name of ink jet printheads and components for industrial printing applications from Fujifilm Dimatix.
The name Dimatix is a compilation of several words used to describe both imaging and materials aspects of the company’s business and derived specifically from: Direct Imaging Transfer (Printing) or Direct Materials Transfer (Deposition).
The company is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance ink jet printheads and components used in a broad range of industrial, non-impact imaging applications through its Printing Products operation. Its Deposition Products operation is evolving ink jetting technology into a production process that lowers the cost, time and environmental impact of producing electronic circuits and functions for RFID tags, flat panel displays, circuit boards and other electronic and bioscience applications. FujifilmDimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and its Printing Products operation is located in Lebanon, New Hampshire. The company has sales and services offices worldwide