Advances in printable inorganic electronic materials

Mr Chuck Edwards, General Manager, PEDs
Cabot Superior Micropowders, United States


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Presentation Summary

  • The applications and future direction of printable inorganic electronic materials
  • The roles of different printing technologies - IJ, Flexo, Gravure...
  • Printable nanoparticle Nickel offers unique device functionality
  • The development of printable resistors and passive materials

Speaker CV

Mr Chuck Edwards is currently the General Manager for Cabot Corporation's Printable Electronics and Displays (Cabot PEDs). Mr. Edwards has more than 20 years of senior management experience in the digital imaging and electronics industries. Prior to joining Cabot, Mr. Edwards was President of Litrex in Pleasanton, CA, a leading producer of high-precision inkjet equipment used to develop and manufacture flat panel displays. He has also served as Vice President of Marketing at RasterGraphics, (now OCE), a leading manufacturer of large format inkjet and electrostatic printers located in San Jose, CA. Mr. Edwards was also Founder and President of Onyx Graphics in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he developed PosterShop? software used in commercial digital color printing. He has also worked at Synopsis and Intel.

Company Profile

Cabot - Printable Electronics and Displays (Cabot-PEDs), develops and manufactures electronic inks for low-cost electronics and flat panel displays. Cabot Corporation is a $1.8BN, 125-year old fine particles and specialty chemicals company with 4200 employees and facilities in over 20 countries. Cabot-PEDs is leveraging its core competencies of advanced powder manufacture, particle surface modification and particle dispersion to develop and manufacture electronic conductor, resistor and dielectric inks for use in traditional high-speed (lithographic and flexographic) and digital (inkjet) printing systems for the production of low-cost electronic devices and flat panel displays such as RFID tags, polymer electronics, smart packaging and plasma and liquid crystal displays.