Be Flexible. Go Digital. Deeper Insights Into The Benefits Of Inkjet For Printed Electronics"
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom G
15:20 - 15:40
After his PhD in chemistry on precursor-routes for conjugated PPV at the University Hasselt (Belgium), Dr Frank Louwet joined the R&D of Agfa Gevaert in 1994. His field of research is polymer synthesis with focus on dispersions (lattices, beads, PEDOT) and living radical polymerization. He holds numerous patents and publications. From 2003-2005 he was responsible dry medical film development. Since Jan 2006 he is responsible for R&D on PEDOT/PSS in the ORGACON Electronic Materials (OEM) business unit of Agfa Materials and recently became business manager for OEM.
Agfa offers multiple technologies that create a bridge between the PCB and Printed Electronics markets.
ORGACON conductive polymer inks offer a printable, cost-effective alternative to ITO patterning for human-machine interfaces with capacitive sensing for automotive and home appliances.
ORGACON nanosilver inks feature highest conductivity with low silver deposition (1 micron DFT) and offer high-resolution printing to create smaller, lighter and more cost-effective Printed Electronics devices.
DiPaMAT inkjet inks for legend printing, solder mask and etch resist bring the PCB manufacturing process into the 21st century: total flexibility in lot size (1-off lots), variable data printing, position-dependent layer thickness and more.