Conductive ink manufacturers are seeing more flexible and printed electronics systems reach pilot production and manufacturing stages.
David Savastano, Editor11.07.14
Printed electronics (PE) continues to show growth on a number of fronts. As some applications move from the lab to pilot production and manufacturing, other companies are beginning to think about what flexible and printed electronics can do for their products.
“An increasing number of clients are approaching us, with new interest in printed electronics,” said Stan Farnsworth, vice president of marketing at NovaCentrix. “Technologies have advanced to the point that in most cases off-the-shelf solutions are now available, allowing our clients to move through their product development often-times more quickly than they anticipated.”
“The market is continuing to grow, and we are working on more opportunities,” said Allen Reid, commercial director for NANOGAP.
“The growth opportunities in the flexible and printed electronics markets are clearly apparent,” said Roy Bjorlin, global commercial director, Electronic Materials, Sun Chemic
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