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Printed Electronics in Korea

Printed Electronics in Korea

IDTechEx recently visited Korea to learn more about the progress with Printed Electronics there. Japan is well know for its printed electronics activities, from electronics companies such as Sony and Panasonic to paper and electronic companies such as Toppan Forms and Dai Nippon Printing. Korea as well as having major conglomerates involved in printed...read more »

Printed Electronics – The money floods in

Printed Electronics – The money floods in

Printed electronics is now seeing a surge in transactions in the form of orders, government and industry-funded development programs, acquisitions and company fund raising. Printed electronics is now an everyday phrase encompassing printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics. Some of it goes back a long way but it is now at a tipping...read more »

E Ink Pearl Wins 2010 Printed Electronics Award for Best Commercialization

E Ink Pearl Wins 2010 Printed Electronics Award for Best Commercialization

Paper-Like E Ink Pearl Display Drives Multi-billion Dollar eReader Market CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–E Ink® Holdings, the leading developer and marketer of electronic paper display technologies, today announced that the company’s E Ink Pearl™ display won the Best Commercialization Award at the fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards. The awards recognize outstanding progress in the...read more »

Fine-Line Epoxy Ink Recommended for Printed Electronics Applications

Fine-Line Epoxy Ink Recommended for Printed Electronics Applications

Creative Materials, Inc., introduces 125-26, an exceptional conductive ink for screen- printing circuits with fine-line widths and spaces. Creative Materials is expanding its line of products for the printed electronics market. Our newest product, 125-26A/B119-44 is a flexible two-part epoxy ink that features superior adhesion to ITO-coated surfaces and other low surface-energy substrates. This...read more »

Polyonics Announces Protective Overlays for Printed Electronics

Polyonics Announces Protective Overlays for Printed Electronics

Selecting a durable substrate for your printed electronics application can be half the required effort.  Protecting the printed circuit from harsh environments by encapsulating with a protective overlay may be required. To help provide this protection, Polyonics is offering protective overlays designed to withstand harsh environments.  These overlays use either a PEN ( XL-1600P)...read more »

Thinfilm Works with PARC to Develop Next-Generation Printed Memory Solutions

Thinfilm Works with PARC to Develop Next-Generation Printed Memory Solutions

High-Capacity, Compact Form-Factor Memory Enabled by Low-Cost Printed Electronics Opens up New Market Opportunities Thinfilm (Thin Film Electronics ASA), a provider of advanced printed memory technology, and PARC (Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated), a premier center for commercial innovation, today announced that they are working together to provide next-generation memory technology enabled through printed...read more »

High Temperature Substrates for Printed Electronics

High Temperature Substrates for Printed Electronics

Polyonics Inc., established in 1995, is acknowledged by many as a global leader in high performance film, tape and label materials. We specialize in engineered solutions for the electronics, electrical, aerospace and automotive industries. We would like to let you know that for those printed and flexible electronic applications that require high processing temperatures...read more »

Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

Copper nanowires enable bendable displays, solar cells

A team of Duke University chemists has perfected a simple way to make tiny copper nanowires in quantity. The cheap conductors are small enough to be transparent, making them ideal for thin-film solar cells, flat-screen TVs and computers, and flexible displays. “Imagine a foldable iPad,” said Benjamin Wiley, an assistant professor of chemistry at...read more »

Times Square’s first 100% solar powered billboard

Times Square’s first 100% solar powered billboard

Digital office equipment provider Ricoh Americas Corporation has completed a 100 percent solar powered electronic billboard located at Times Square. The 6,000 square foot solar powered billboard, which is 47 feet high by 126 feet long, is the first billboard in Times Square to be totally lit by solar energy. It is powered solely...read more »

SGIA’s Printed Electronics Symposium Showcases Innovation

SGIA’s Printed Electronics Symposium Showcases Innovation

Attendees inspired by expanding opportunities Fairfax, Virginia — The 2010 SGIA Printed Electronics and Membrane Switch Symposium (Phoenix, May 18–20) drew an elite group of printed electronics professionals from around the world to learn about the latest industry advancements and to improve their competitive position in this expanding marketplace. According to SGIA’s Product Specialties...read more »

Exploring medical uses of flexible electronics

Exploring medical uses of flexible electronics

What if a bandage could do more than just cover up a wound? What if it could help you to heal by dispensing medicine and scrubbing away bacteria? What if this technology were so cheap you could throw it away when you were done? These are questions doctoral student Dylan Farnam grapples with as...read more »

Robert Tarzwell Gives Keynote at Symposium

Robert Tarzwell Gives Keynote at Symposium

Join this growing community to hear Robert Tarzwell’s speech, “Integrating Advanced PCB Technologies into the New Printed Electronics,” Wednesday, May 19, 8:30–9:40 am. Learn about the printed circuit board (PCB) industry, which has spent 45 years improving the technology to a very advanced state, and the new to-market printed electronics — presently in its...read more »

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