XENON, Methode Electronics collaborate on breakthrough capability for materials research
XENON Corporation is demonstrating its new S-2300 Dual Stage Sintering System at Printed Electronics USA in Santa Clara, CA this Nov. 19- 20. The demonstration, in collaboration with Methode Electronics, will feature the printing and high-speed sintering of a fully functional RFID tag on a flexible substrate.
“The S2300 is our newest sintering tool. This demonstration of the S-2300 is another important step in the development of printed electronics, and will help open up many new applications in this emerging industry,” said Lou Panico, CEO of XENON. "It is designed to allow the energy to stay wthin the process window. It's been a major breakthrough."
In the demonstration, Methode Electronics will provide the conductive ink and printer, digitally dispensing the ink onto a flexible, low cost, paper substrate to produce an RFID tag inlay. The substrate with wet ink will then be conveyor-fed through XENON’s S-2300 Pulsed Light system, and within secon
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