More than 500 attendees, 120 presentations expected at upcoming conference Feb. 29-March 3 in Monterey, CA.
Combination of printing expertise, technical and operational know-how is driving growth in new segments
Myths over security, certification, energy and complexity still need to be overcome.
Thomas Kolbusch, Coatema VP and exhibition chair for LOPEC 2016, offers insights into the upcoming conference.
SCHOTT’s D263 T eco is as thin as 50 microns but still maintains its strength and high dielectric constant.
New 3D printers offer the capability of printing conductive materials.
Q2 2015 sales up 1% over previous quarter, 2% over Q2 of last year.