Digital ink-jet technology can be used to directly print electronic components on a variety of substrates, such as glass, plastics, paper and textiles. Through digitally manufactured printed electronics, you can produce unique products that are tailored to the customer's needs.
The printed electronics market is forecasted to grow to over 12 billion USD in 2022. The technology reduces production costs and development times, through the possibility of large volume, flexible production technologies. Furthermore, printed electronics brings the end user benefits such as thin form factors, flexibility and stretchability that traditional electronics cannot provide. Driving forces are within applications such as IoT, wearables, smart products, healthcare, automotive, flexible/multi-layered electronics, printed batteries and photovoltaic.
The webinar takes place on November 30 from 16-17 Central European Time.
- Introduction to the concept of printed electronics
- Comparison to traditional etching processes which are widespread for production of electronics
- Discussion of the key technologies, both traditional analogue and new emerging digital techniques, which are enabling the industrialization of printed electronics.
- Key challenges of printed electronics, namely the development and large scale production of printable functional nanomaterials.
- An overview of how we see the value chain from nanomaterials development to printed component, and how DTI can assist your innovation.
How does it work?
Sign up for free and we will send you a link a few days before the webinar takes place.
Do you have any questions please contact
- Zachary J. Davis
- Sektionsleder, ph.d.
- +45 72202507