Equipment manufacturers' latest machines offer new opportunities in production, lab
David Savastano, Editor03.25.14
Due to their unique nature, flexible and printed electronics have a wide range of needs. Equipment manufacturers are developing new machinery that are helping printed electronics systems begin to reach their potential.
Stan Farnsworth, vice president of marketing for NovaCentrix, said that NovaCentrix recently released the PulseForge 1300, an R&D platform based on the power of the company’s PulseForge 3300 tools but in the chassis of its PulseForge 1200 tools
“The PulseForge 1300 is able to process the semiconductor materials and TCO materials that are of such interest in the market right now,” Farnsworth said. “Process conditions that are developed on the PulseForge 1300 can then be immediately applied in production on the full-size PulseForge 3300 tools. We have also recently updated the software engine that drives our SimPulse simulation, which is an important tool for designing the material stacks and with the exact same user interface as our actua
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