New Capabilities in Printed Electronic Manufacturing Yields Better and Brighter Products (Printed Electronics USA 2008)

Dr William Scholz, R&D Manager
Rogers Corporation, United States
 
Dec 03, 2008.

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Presentation Summary

  • Equipment and manufacturing capabilities that are critical for effective screen printing
  • High yield manufacturing of electroluminescent lamps for large scale, animated advertising applications
  • Screen printing electronic components quickly, simply, and cost effectively

Speaker Biography (William Scholz)

William Scholz is the R&D and Engineering Manager for the Durel Division of Rogers Corporation located in Chandler Arizona. Scholz has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Southern California and has authored over 20 US Patents. He is currently overseeing the development activities of Durel?s printed electronics product line, including product and process design and development, scale-up to production manufacturing, ensuring all new products can be made at high quality and yield, and diversifying the product line to commercialize novel and innovative new product offerings.

Company Profile (Rogers Corporation)

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The Durel Division of Rogers Corporation will present their Printed Electronics and Lighting Solutions. Durel has over twenty years of design and high volume manufacturing experience in printed electronics. Our screen printing capabilities include product design, electrical, mechanical and optical testing, precision registration along with finished product converting and assembly operations.
 
Products and applications include medical electrodes and sensors, capacitive sensors, conductive adhesives, antenna, electroluminescent lamps, light guide film backlights and polymer dispersed liquid crystal (PDLC).
 
Rogers Corporation (NYSE: ROG) is a global technology leader in the development of high performance specialty-materials-based products for a variety of applications in diverse markets. The company operates sales and manufacture facilities in the United States, Europe and Asia.
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