Structured, conductive, high-resolution coatings are of critical importance to almost all components when printed electronics are produced. Modern printing processes make it possible to deposit extremely thin metal coatings at a resolution of just ten microns - one quarter the width of a human hair. Standard printing processes have resolutions in a range of over 100 microns. However, in electronics printing resolutions of under 20 microns are being sought because the resolution in the printing process actively influences the electrical performance of the final product. If printed organic electronics should be produced at cost-efficient price in Roll-to-Roll processes modern facilities with trend-setting engineering software are necessary.