David Savastano, Editor06.20.12
For attendees who are interested in seeing how they can incorporate printed electronics in manufacturing, a trade show provides some information, but it is limited. For example, a potential end-user has to determine how various pieces of equipment work together.
At LOPE-C 2012, there is an emphasis on how end-users can utilize process equipment. To that end, NovaCentrix, Ceradrop and FUJIFILM Dimatix are collaborating to show attendees how they can digitally print and cure products. Customers have the opportunity to bring their own patterns or use a prepared sample, which will then be printed by FUJIFILM Dimatix and Ceradrop. NovaCentrix then cures the printed sample.
“Demonstrating the process capabilities of equipment manufacturers is one of the themes of LOPE-C 2012,” said Stan Farnsworth, vice president of marketing for NovaCentrix. “Ceradrop and FUJIFILM Dimatx have their tools here, and customers can either run our samples or, if they have their own patter
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