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Manufacturing Forum

New: The Printed Electronics Manufacturing Forum

Learn how the whole manufacturing chain fits together - attend this full day session and Printed Electronics Europe trade show on 4th April.

Printed electronics manufacturing is becoming increasingly integrated as companies work on putting together different printing, lamination, substrate handling, curing and finishing processes. This whole value chain, including materials, will be covered at Printed Electronics Europe in Berlin on April 4th, part of the two day event covering the applications and technologies of printed electronics.

The session is aimed at those intending to manufacture printed electronics, or who supply materials or equipment for creating printed electronics. It will also be useful for printers who wish to understand their opportunities in printed electronics and how the equipment is being integrated and for companies who want to meet organisations that can help them make products.

The Manufacturing forum is sponsored by VTT, who have launched the world's first pilot factory for printed intelligence industrialisation. The full day forum is open to all trade show and conference attendees of Printed Electronics Europe

Printers End User Forum Agenda


08:30 Liquid X Printed Metals Inc
08:55 Osaka University
09:20 Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
09:45 TNO - Holst Centre
10:10 Break

Printed Electronics Manufacturing

10:50 JNC Corporation
11:15 NovaCentrix
11:40 Ohio Gravure Technologies Inc
12:05 Aixtron SE
12:30 LUNCH

 Panel Discussions

  13:00 IDTechEx - Introduction by Mr Raghu Das
  13:05 VTT - "R2R manufacturing of Printed Functionality"
  13:20 Ceradrop - "Applications today for Inkjet Printing Functional Materials"
  13:30 Klingenberg Berlin GmbH - "Perspectives from a User: Experience and Technology Needs for Integration of Printed Electronics into out-of-home posters and point of sale displays.
  13:45 Q&A

13:55 OTB Group
14:20 Optomec
14:45 Integration Technology
15:10 KROENERT GmbH & Co KG

3D Printing

15:35 Georgia Institute of Technology
16:00 Ends
16:00 Break

This is an ideal opportunity to see how the whole manufacturing value chain fits together and have your questions answered

by VTT