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Specialists gather to talk 3D printing electronics

Specialists gather to talk 3D printing electronics
  Gathering at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, internationally renowned specialists will be discussing the latest developments, challenges and prospects of 3D printing electronics, on 24th January 2017.
16th January 2017

Driving comfort innovations to be showcased at LOPEC 2017

Driving comfort innovations to be showcased at LOPEC 2017
The LOPEC exhibition will be taking place in Munich, Germany from 28th-30th March 2017, providing information on the latest products, technologies and trends in printed electronics. This year, the automotive industry will be one of the focal points of the international exhibition and conference. 
12th January 2017

Hidden images created with commercial inkjet printers

Hidden images created with commercial inkjet printers
Researchers have developed a way to use commercial inkjet printers and readily available ink to print hidden images that are only visible when illuminated with appropriately polarised waves in the terahertz region of the electromagnetic spectrum. The inexpensive method could be used as a type of invisible ink to hide information in otherwise normal-looking images, making it possible to distinguish between authentic and counterfeit items, for example.
9th December 2016


Stamping creates functional features at the nanoscale

Stamping creates functional features at the nanoscale
  Engineers at MIT have invented a fast, precise printing process that may make such electronic surfaces an inexpensive reality. In a paper published in Science Advances, the researchers report that they have fabricated a stamp made from forests of carbon nanotubes that is able to print electronic inks onto rigid and flexible surfaces.
8th December 2016

Spray printed crystals will speed applications for organic electronics

University of Surrey scientists reckon the time has come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks. This technology, they say,  is ideal for applications that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost.
22nd November 2016

LOPEC 2017 looks set to impress

LOPEC 2017 looks set to impress
With the printed electronics industry now moving quickly from theory and ideas to real solutions, applications and products,  LOPEC 2017 is set to provide conference delegates and exhibition visitors alike with the chance to see just how far this technology has come in the past decade. LOPEC will take place at the end of March next year.
14th November 2016

Latest trends in conductive inks

Latest trends in conductive inks
Recent IDTechEx Research analysis has shown that the conductive ink business was on the cusp of rapid and comprehensive change. According to Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Research Director at IDTechEx, changing business dynamics has forced many suppliers to change strategy, focusing on  emerging and nascent applications in the hope that some will grow in the future to compensate for the commoditization and/or decline in core markets.
17th October 2016

New Exhibition Director for LOPEC

New Exhibition Director for LOPEC
LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for Printed Electronics, has a new exhibition director. She is Barbara Ismaier who brings a wealth of experience and expertise with exhibitions to the role.
3rd October 2016

Positive signs for LOPEC 2107

Positive signs for LOPEC 2107
The 2016 global revenue for products using printed and organic electronics is estimated at 26.9 billion US dollars, an annual increase of 31.8 percent since 2010. And according to the consulting firm Smithers Apex, the market volume is predicted to grow to an estimated 43 billion US dollars by 2020. 
21st September 2016

Improving the commercial viability of printed circuits

Improving the commercial viability of printed circuits
Using Raman spectroscopy, the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed a new, non-destructive method of measuring the three dimension orientation of molecules in an organic semiconductor transistor. This will create a new, faster and more flexible method of measuring the efficiency of electrical conductivity in a printed circuit.
14th September 2016


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