• Continuous Composites is Working to Revolutionize 3D Printing

    Continuous Composites is Working to Revolutionize 3D Printing

    David Savastano, Editor||August 3, 2016
    Continuous Scaled Manufacturing allows 3D printing of continuous fiber at speeds of up to 1,200 inches per minute.

  • RadTech 2016 to Focus on End Uses, New Technologies

    David Savastano, Editor||March 30, 2016
    Leaders from P&G, Ford Motor, Toyota, PepsiCo and Nestlé will provide insights on using energy curable technologies.

  • Thank you for your Nomination!

    February 9, 2016
    Printed Electronics Now is a new online publication devoted to the fast growing field of electronic products created through the printing process, an emerging industry that promises to revolutionize the methods in which electronic components and s…

  • Touring RPI

    Touring RPI's Smart Energy Lighting Center

    David Savastano, Editor||November 4, 2015
    During UV LED 2015, hosted by RadTech, attendees toured RPI's Smart Energy Lighting Center, featuring LED technologies.

  • RadTech Hosts Successful UV LED 2015

    RadTech Hosts Successful UV LED 2015

    David Savastano, Editor||November 4, 2015
    Sold-out conference examines growth, opportunities and challenges ahead UV LED.

  • Staff

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  • UniPixel

    UniPixel's Flexible Conductive Films Find Opportunities in the Marketplace

    David Savastano, Editor||May 16, 2012
    Roll-to-roll processing of conductive materials is quickly becoming adopted among producers of printed electronics. Indium tin oxide, or ITO, has been the standard approach used for producing transparent conductors. However, ITO also has numerous d…

  • uv.eb EAST 2011 Shows Opportunities for Energy Curing in PE

    David Savastano, Editor||October 12, 2011
    UV curing has made significant inroads in the world of printed electronics. The potential for UV curing of printed electronics was among the subjects discussed at uv.eb EAST, a ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) conference and exhibition which…

  • RadTech

    RadTech's uv.eb WEST2011 Highlights Opportunities in PE

    David Savastano, Editor||March 23, 2011
    Energy curable technologies such as UV and EB have successfully gained prominence in a wide variety of graphic arts and coatings markets. The advantages, such as the ability to instantly cure the ink or coating with little to no volatile organic co…

  • RadTech Conference to Examine UV/EB

    RadTech Conference to Examine UV/EB's Role in PE

    David Savastano, Editor||January 26, 2011
    Printed electronics (PE) manufacturers have a wide variety of processes to choose from when designing their products. Depending upon their needs, companies can tailor their production facilities in a number of different ways. Ultraviolet (UV) an…

  • Use of UV, EB Technologies for PE Highlighted at RadTech 2010

    Use of UV, EB Technologies for PE Highlighted at RadTech 2010

    David Savastano, Editor||May 26, 2010
    The continued growth in key printed electronics markets, such as photovoltaics (PV), touch screens and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) provides opportunities for manufacturers who can develop processes that will b…

  • UV and Printed Electronics

    UV and Printed Electronics

    David Savastano, Editor||February 25, 2009
    The benefits of energy-curable technologies are leading to new opportunities in photovoltaics and printed electronics.