Smart packaging, displays, RFID and more are covered in inaugural Electronic and Conductive Ink Conference.
Anthony Locicero, David Savastano, Associate Editor with Editor10.17.18
Electronic and conductive inks are a critical element in the fast-growing field of flexible and printed electronics. Estimated at $2.5 billion in annual sales, electronic and conductive inks and materials are found in a wide range of applications, from photovoltaics and flexible displays to sensors, wearables and smart packaging.
The latest conductive ink technologies, as well as key end markets, were highlighted during the inaugural Electronic and Conductive Ink Conference, which was held Oct. 11-12 at Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, IL, near Chicago. The conference was sponsored by the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM), Ink World and Printed Electronics Now, and was held in conjunction with NAPIM’s annual NPIRI Technical Conference. In addition, the conference featured informative tabletop exhibits as well.
With an eye on this growing market, the Printed Electronics Now’s inaugural Electronic and Conductive Inks Conference featured ind
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