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XTPL S.A. is a company developing on a global scale an innovative technology, protected by international patent application, enabling ultra-precise printing of nanomaterials. Pioneering printing system designed by XTPL makes it possible to precisely apply to the printing surface (most non-conductive substrate, even flexible or not flat) a special ink formulated for this purpose in the company's laboratories. Under the influence of an external electric field nanoparticles in the ink create conductive lines according to the specified parameters. As such, the thickness of the individual lines (even below 100nm), their length and the distance between them all vary depending on a specific application. XTPL's solution has all the features of so-called disruptive technology and will soon revolutionise sectors such as: printed electronics, touch screens, wearable electronics, smart packaging, biosensors, medical devices, automotive, anti-counterfeiting & open defect repair especially for solar cells, displays TFT/LCD/OLED, integrated circuits (IC), printed circuit boards (PCB), multichip modules (MCM) and photolithographic masks. The company is currently focusing on the fast paced commercialization of its unique solution & invites key players from above mentioned sectors to discuss possibilities for dedicated technology development based on JDA or JV agreements.
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2 Feb 2024


J.A.M.E.S offers a platform for accelerating development in additively manufactured electronics (AME), providing access to the latest research articles, design guides, process know-how, and market player overviews.
28 Dec 2023


XTPL develops and provides high resolution micro dispensing printing technology and nano inks for microelectronics manufacturers.
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11 Dec 2023


FononTech is an early-stage company developing impulse printing technology for applications in 3D printed micro-electronics.
21 Dec 2022

Manufacturing Printed Electronics 2023-2033

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11 Aug 2022

Holst Centre (Impulse Printing)

Impulse printing is a new non-contact printing methodology that uses a heat pulse to expel ink. It has been developed by Holst Centre, and is targeting 3D electronics and advanced packaging. IDTechEx was shown a demonstration in person at the Flex 2022 conference.
4 Apr 2022


18 Mar 2022

3D Electronics/Additive Electronics 2022-2032

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3 Mar 2021

Event Summary: innoLAE 2021 (Innovations in Large-Area Electronics)

On 24-25th of February 2021 IDTechEx attended the Innovations in Large Area Electronics (InnoLAE) conference. Conference attendees were a mix of primarily early-stage companies and academics. This premium article divides a selection of the most interesting and/or commercially relevant talks into 4 sections
11 Jan 2021


XTPL offer equipment capable of very high resolution printing (~1 um) of high viscosity conductive inks. This update is based on a webinar and associated Q&A with XTPL, delivered by founder and CEO Filip Granek in December 2020.
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10 Apr 2019

Breakthrough Technology Of Nanoprinting For Flat Panel Display Industry

XTPL, Poland
13 Mar 2019

Nanoprinting Technology Opens Up New Areas For Printed Electronics

Thanks to the new technology commercialized by the interdisciplinary XTPL team, in the near future it will be possible to print quickly and cheaply even the most advanced devices.
7 Nov 2018

Printed Electronics World Firsts in 2018

With the end of the year in sight IDTechEx looks back and reviews what has been new in the world of printed electronics in the last 12 months.
11 Jul 2018


XTPL has developed a process to additively deposit thin conductive traces. They have demonstrated line thicknesses of 40 nm, but most enquiries at the moment are for sub 10 micron lines.
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11 Apr 2018

XTPL Changing The Rules Of The Game

XTPL, Poland
11 May 2017

Submicron Printing Of Nanomaterials For Printed Electronics

XTPL, Poland
11 May 2017

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2017 Award Winners

At the 13th IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe conference and exhibition, four companies were honoured for their great achievements in developing and commercialising printed electronics technologies. The judges of the awards were Mr. Ashutosh Tomar, Principal Engineer, Technology Strategy at Jaguar Land Rover and Professor Ulrich Moosheimer of Munich University of Applied Sciences.
19 Apr 2017

Printing Technologies find their Place in Printed Electronics

Trends and progress with printing techniques for Printed Electronics.
15 Feb 2017

ITO alternatives: printed metal mesh is on the rise?

The transparent conductive film (TCF) industry has witnessed upheaval in recent years.