Nano ePrint/Novalia to deliver printed electronic greeting cards

Nano ePrint Ltd, the pioneer in planar nano-electronics, has announced that it is developing all-printed electronic greeting cards in collaboration with Novalia Ltd, to a specification provided by Hallmark subsidiary Tigerprint Ltd.

The £300k project is supported by grant funding from The Northern Way, a joint initiative between three northern UK Regional Development Agencies (Yorkshire Forward, Northwest Regional Development Agency and One NorthEast).
“Nano ePrint has overcome many of the obstacles delaying the successful introduction of printed electronics products; their unique programmable approach fits perfectly with the requirements for functional greeting cards and other novelty products such as toys and games,” said Mark Boyden, Technical Manager at Tigerprint.
The 2D nano-scale device technology dramatically simplifies the printing of electronic circuits, while simultaneously achieving over 10 times the performance and over 100 times the density of conventional printed electronics.
In addition, Nano ePrint’s architecture for printed programmable logic enables low-cost, high-volume manufacture of a generic circuit design, which can then be tailored for customer-specific requirements as it is integrated into downstream printing processes.
The company look forward to seeing these products launched commercially.

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