Five Hot Trends with Printed and Flexible Electronics
Europe's leading event on printed and flexible electronics, Printed Electronics Europe 2018, opens its doors in less than three weeks to over 2,500 global visitors.
Copprint is a start-up offering copper inks. It is reporting fantastic initial results. Its initial results suggest that it can achieve 50% bulk conductivity whilst only requiring a short 2-second anneal using a simple oven system at 125-250C.
Mühlbauer Group was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Germany. The company provides equipment for labels and cards and later moved into supplying equipment for the semiconductor business around smart cards, e-passports and RFID. In 2014 it has launched RFID products that bridge the company from RFID into printed electronics.
Progress with passive RFID
Last week IDTechEx presented at RFID Journal Live in the US. In this article, we summarise some of the latest trends in the RFID market and highlights from the event.
Highly efficient RFID Smart Label strap production
The Muehlbauer Technology Group provides with the FCM 20000 the most efficient and highly flexible system for high volume RFID Smart Label strap production.
The mid web solution for high speed RFID inlay production
Muehlbauer Technology Group, an international and independent consultant and manufacturer of innovative solutions for the Semiconductor related products market, announces the market launch of its new high speed RFID inlay production system TAL 15000.
Throughput for RFID inlay production again doubled by Mühlbauer
Mühlbauer Technology Group has launched the world's fastest and highly flexible RFID inlay production line TAL 20000.
Printed Electronics Europe passes 500 attendees and over 50 exhibitors
IDTechEx's Printed Electronics Europe event in Dresden, on April 7-8, attendance has achieved record levels, and is on track to bring together over 800 attendees, by far the World's largest and most comprehensive event on the topic