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Printed Electronics

CeraPrinter F-Serie – Manufacturing Equipment for Semiconductor Industry

“Printed Electronics field grows fast showing the demand for emerging functional devices, which make our life more secure and smart. The potential of this development is in the core of our business model by providing Advanced CeraPrinter Equipment for the actors. The system supplies the players with the solution starting from Advanced R&D up to Industrial Applications. Due to this commitment, we are very much pleased to be highlighted by such an innovative company as IRLYNX based in FRANCE. The actor is a manufacturer of high added value Human Activity Sensing Modules, permitting to collect the important data through the complex sensing device. We are very much pleased that CeraPrinter F-Serie is in use for production in semiconductorindustry.

Helping producing companies to turn digital manufacturing from a vision to reality

At the Hannover Messe 2018, Konica Minolta is setting a clear focus on supporting producing companies in driving the actual implementation of digital manufacturing on their production lines. Konica Minolta is showcasing its portfolio of solutions developed on the basis of a deep understanding of the needs and operational challenges of these companies on the path to entering Industry 4.0.

Printed electronics meets haute couture

Wearable technology is a growth market that encompasses more than just the sports and healthcare sectors. More and more fashion designers are including printed electronic elements into their collections. Smart clothing is another topic at LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, which is taking place in Munich, Germany, from March 13 to 15, 2018.

Printed electronics: from vision to product

From March 13–15, 2018, LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry, will take place for the tenth time. As the leading event in this sector, it has always covered the entire value chain—from materials development and plant engineering to applications. In this interview, Hans-Jürgen Lemp (Director Global Sales & Business Development New Platforms, Merck KGaA), Thomas Kolbusch (Vice President, Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH) and Dr. Wolfgang Clemens (Head of Product Management, PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG) talk about a decade of printed electronics and the markets of tomorrow.

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