David Savastano, Editor11.21.13
There are many innovative companies developing printed and flexible electronics (PE) systems. However, what works in the lab doesn’t always translate into the manufacturing process.
By showcasing its SINTERON 5000 system, XENON Corporation believes it has the answers to large scale roll-to-roll pulsed light sintering, and is backing that up by running live demos at Printed Electronics USA 2013. At the show, the SINTERON 5000 is sintering functioning printed battery testers.
“Roll to roll sintering is essential for current and potential PE applications, and we have achieved this milestone with the SINTERON 5000 system,” said Lou Panico, CEO of XENON. “This is the culmination of XENON’s 50 years of experience in pulsed light technology.
“The market seems to be building up a head of steam,” added Panico. “We are receiving production orders from companies that have used our R&D tools.”
Introduced in 2012, the SINTERON
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