Epec Engineered Technologies Brings Expertise in PCBs to the Flexible PE Market


By David Savastano, Editor

It is not surprising that industry leaders in the printed circuit board segment have found that their experience translates well to the printed electronics field. This is certainly the case at Epec Engineered Technologies, a New Bedford, MA-based designer and manufacturer of customized, build-to-print products, for all sectors of the electronics industry.

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University Researchers Make Headway on Flexible and Printed Electronics


New research may yield game-changing technology


By David Savastano, Editor

• Rice University: Thin-film batteries for portable, wearable electronics are an important target for researchers, and Rice University is working on a possible solution. Rice chemist James Tour and his colleagues have created a flexible material with nanoporous nickel-fluoride electrodes layered around a solid electrolyte to deliver battery-like supercapacitor performance without lithium.

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COPE's New Facility Allows Scale-Up of Organic Materials Synthesis


Larger production levels will give impetus to commercialization efforts


By David Savastano, Editor

We have seen a lot of laboratory-scale research on organic and printed electronics being successfully conducted in the leading institutes worldwide. Many of these research institutes are now scaling up their facilities to learn more about the potential for commercialization.

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Arjowiggins' PowerCoat Paper is Drawing Attention from PE Industry


By David Savastano, Editor

When discussing the key materials needed for manufacturing printed electronics (PE) systems, substrates are often overlooked. However, the decision between types of substrates, whether it be paper, plastic film, metal or other, is critical.

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Thinfilm, EVRYTHNG Partnership Combines NFC Hardware, Software for IoT Applications


Will be able to gather, communicate real-time data about objects to NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets


By David Savastano, Editor

The field of near field communication (NFC) continues to be of significant interest for retailers and brand owners, as the potential for improving communication with customers while also enhancing inventory control are two key benefits.

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Cima NanoTech - SANTE Network Self-Assembly Process
Watch this video to witness how SANTE Technology self-assembles into a transparent conductive nanoparticle network.

Dr. Davor Sutija
Discusses Thin Film Electronics' Latest Moves

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October
Oct 22-24: 2014 SGIA Expo and Printed Electronics Symposium, Presented by SGIA and Flextech
Oct 28-28: OE-A 10th Annual General Assembly
Oct 28-29: OE-A 33nd Working Group Meeting
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Thin Film and Printed Batteries: On-Board Solutions for Low-Powered Electronics
NanoMarkets’ analysts believe that the unique benefits of thin‐film and printed batteries position them as energy sources for a variety of next‐generation, low‐power, ultra‐small electronics in applications ranging from mundane, high‐volume RFID product tracking, to mission‐critical sensors that detect and protect soldiers from hazardous environmental agents.

Printable Electronics Market Outlook
An applications based assessment of the future of printed electronics

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