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2021
8 Mar 2021

Where are the Innovations in Thermal Interface Materials

Thermal management is one of the most important topics in a wide range of applications; from electric vehicle battery packs through to consumer electronics, there is a pressing need to dissipate heat efficiently. Thermal interface materials (TIM) come in numerous types and play a crucial role in the thermal transfer from a heat source. This article looks at what the major innovations are for these materials and why those developments are significant.
2 Mar 2021

Dexerials

Dexerials is a Japanese manufacturer of functional materials, for use in electronic devices. Its main product is its anisotropic conductive film (ACF), for use in displays. Thomas Lynch, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, spoke to Tatsuo Nagamatsu and Koichi Hirose, about their work with ACFs.
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2020
22 Jun 2020

Dexerials

Attendee of AWE 2020
2 Jan 2020

Dexerials

IDTechEx caught up with Dexerials at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2019. Dexerials were showcasing their thermal interface materials (TIM), in particular those utilising carbon fiber for high through-plane thermal conductivity.
2019
16 Sep 2019

Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics 2020-2030: Forecasts, Technologies, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das and Dr Xiaoxi He
2018
2 Oct 2018

Stretchable and Conformal Electronics 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
2016
5 Jan 2016

Dexerials

This profile focuses on their Anisotropic Conductive Film (ACF) work, as part of the Advanced Materials Division, and produced at the Kanuma and Neagari plants. ACF was originally launched by Sony Chemicals over 30 years ago. Dexerials was founded in June 2012 from Sony Chemicals. They have capital stock of 15.7 billion yen, and employ 2366 employees, as of March 2015. Dexerials Corporation was listed in the First Section Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange on 29th July, 2015.
2015
29 Oct 2015

Henkel - conductive adhesives

Henkel have been producing ACF for 20 years. The fine pitch capability makes it ideal for LCD displays, but this is now a shrinking market. The opportunities lie in OLEDs, printed electronics and wearable electronics, which require lower temperature curing.