Impressions from InPrint.(photo: Mack Brooks Exhibitions)

InPrint Munich 2019: Successful integration of print technology in production processes


Exhibitions / Events

From 12 to 14 November 2019, InPrint Munich, the international exhibition of print technology for industrial manufacturing, will present some of the most innovative technologies and approaches for successfully integrating print applications into the production of industrial and consumer goods.

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Smartrac’s Skyline UHF tag (photo: Smartrac)

Smartrac enhances industrial focus and ramps up global production capacity


Companies / Markets

Smartrac Technology Group (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), a leader in RFID products and IoT solutions, recently announced a significant increase in its manufacturing capacity and the implementation of concrete measures to reinforce the company’s focus on global industrial applications.

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The Aerosol Jet 5X system (photo: Optomec)

Samsung Electronics selects Optomec’s Aerosol Jet for next-generation electronics products


Products

Recently, Optomec (Albuquerque, New Mexico), a global supplier of production grade additive manufacturing systems for printed electronics, announced that Samsung Electronics has commissioned an Aerosol Jet 5X system in its Printed Electronics Lab to enable next-generation electronics production.

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PARC’s new cleanroom enables the development and testing of new products in flexible and printed electronics (photo: PARC)

PARC launches cleanroom services for electronics R&D partnerships


Companies / Markets

PARC (Palo Alto, California), a Xerox company, has opened new cleanroom facilities for use by corporate research departments, government agencies and start-up companies to develop prototype electronic devices and novel technologies quickly and cost-effectively.

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Touchscreen sensor applied using the Kurz FFB process (photo: Leonhard Kurz)

Leonhard Kurz: Automated sensor integration live at K 2019


Exhibitions / Events

Leonhard Kurz (Fürth, Germany) will be demonstrating the automated integration of touchscreen sensors into plastic parts. The sensors will be applied to a white goods control panel using Kurz’s patent pending FFB (Functional Foil Bonding) process. The process was presented for the first time at Fakuma 2018 and is now being adopted in series production applications. A semi-rotary variant of FFB will be displayed at the Kurz booth for the first time.

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