In electrode production for lithium-ion battery cells, wet-chemical processes are predominantly used today. Solvents are used in these processes, which make complex exhaust gas cleaning necessary. The electrodes also have to be energy-intensively dried. The development of a dry coating process for battery electrodes could significantly reduce production costs while maintaining electrochemical performance. In addition to reducing the investment costs for the production plants, higher throughput speeds lead to increased cost efficiency. The elimination of solvents during operation can also reduce material costs.