Manufacturers are seeing opportunities in numerous end use markets.
Dave Savastano, Editor03.09.15
Equipment manufacturers are in a good position to see if growth is occurring in the markets they serve, and what stage of development products are in. For the field of flexible and printed electronics (PE), leading equipment manufacturers are seeing some movement toward commercialization, with orders starting to come in for manufacturing lines as opposed to pilot production and lab equipment.
Stan Farnsworth, vice president of marketing for NovaCentrix, said that the company is seeing expansion in key areas for PE.
“We see significant growth in many application areas, including displays, sensors, energy storage and flexible conductors such as antennas,” said Farnsworth. “Broader application types such as wearables, photovoltaics and automotive continue to see strong activity as well.”
Louis R. Panico, CEO, XENON Corporation, said that XENON is focused on the printed electronics market, specifically in the area of photonic sintering of conductive inks. &
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