HEADQUARTERFrankfurt am Main, Germany
INDUSTRYAdditive Electronics | Printed Electronics | Flexible Hybrid Electronics | 3D Electronics | Structural Electronics | Wearable Electronics | Roll-to-Roll Electronics
This page is dedicated to bringing you the latest technical, application, and market analysis for the diverse and broad space of additive electronics. This emerging technology frontier encompasses printed, flexible, hybrid, 3D, inmold, structural, stretchable, and wearable electronics.
From stretching skin patches, to printed circuit boards, the Electronics ReShaped Event gave an insight into the exciting future of printed and flexible electronics.
Globally recognized event, on 17-18 October 2023, seeks to explore the forefront of electronic innovations, drawing a bridge between the traditional and the groundbreaking, and taking you on a journey through the very fabric of next-gen electronics.
Fine-pitch dense die assembly process with only a single adhesive application without pressure, without underfill, without fine patterning, without complex alignment vs solder ball-to-solder pad, etc? Learn here how magnetically aligned Anisotropic Conductive Epoxy (ACE) enable this
Kodak has a long history of manufacturing quality film products – starting with silver halide imaging films for consumers. Learn how Kodak is continuing that history, manufacturing a variety of industrial film products in many industries – from automotive to batteries to healthcare.
Organic Photovoltaics (OPV are a 3rd Gen PV technology with unique attribute. The key to their success is in Roll-to-Roll (R2R) processing. Here you will learn about the advantages and challenges of R2R manufacturing in OPVs and printed electronics
Heaters are one of the most successful applications of printed electronics. At first they seem deceptively simple, yet their successful realization is in fact an art relying on the interplay of all the elements from the right material selection to right design, right printing, etc. Learn how here.