Bringing End Users and Suppliers Together
13 - 14 May 2020 Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany

13-14 May 2020, Berlin. Meet End Users. Create Business.
Bringing end users and suppliers together to create business in printed and flexible electronics.

200+ Exhibitors

2500+ Attendees

250+ Presentations

End-user focused

needs and experiences aired

Latest technologies

Developments and roadmaps


Samples, and much more

Advanced functional materials:

  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Die attach materials*
  • Encapsulation materials
  • Graphene
  • OLED display materials
  • Quantum dots
  • Silver, copper, carbon conductive inks
  • Substrates: PET, PEN, paper and others
  • Thermal interface materials*
  • Transparent conductive films
  • Lightweighting*

Printing, non printing processes:

  • 3D printing
  • 3D printed electronics and structural electronics
  • Automated component integration equipment*
  • Coaters and laminators
  • Flexo printing
  • Gravure printing
  • Inkjet printing
  • In Mold Electronics, IMD
  • Nano printing
  • Roll to roll equipment
  • Screen printing
  • Surface mount technology*
  • Test and inspection equipment
  • Thermal and photonic sintering
  • Vacuum processing equipment


  • Biosensors
  • E-textiles
  • Flexible LED and micro LED*
  • Flexible & printed batteries
  • Force sensors
  • Gas sensors
  • Haptic technologies*
  • Human interface technologies
  • Low power energy harvesting
  • OLED Displays and lighting
  • Perovskite PV and OPV
  • Quantum dot displays
  • Temperature, humidity sensors

Systems & Services:

  • Consumer electronic products
  • Control panels and HMI*
  • Electronics design services
  • Electronic manufacturing services
  • Electronic skin patches*
  • Flexible Displays and lighting
  • Healthcare and wellness products
  • IoT labels
  • Retail technology
  • RFID
  • Smart and Intelligent packaging
  • Smart surfaces*
  • Vehicle assemblies*
  • Wearables

* new topics added for 2020


I would recommend this event as most of the visitors are further towards the beginning of the development process than most of the other exhibitions we normally attend. This gives us a great idea of what the future potential applications.

Global Inkjet Systems

The only European event gathering the full supply chain.


The high attendance lends the show an aura of importance. It is is very professionally run and the exhibition has a lot of fascinating things.


What is Printed Electronics?

    Printed Electronics offers four key benefits:
  • New forms of electronics - such as flexible displays and electronics on 3D structures;
  • Larger area electronics such as sensor arrays;
  • Higher performance devices in some cases such as OLED displays;
  • Potentially lower cost electronics enabling ubiquitous IoT and smart packaging
Printed electronics comprises of many enabling materials, equipment and components, from mature technologies such as OLED displays to emerging sectors such as structural electronics.

If you are involved in the electronics industry you owe it to yourself and your company to explore you opportunities in this growing disruptive sector at the world's largest event series on the topic - your key information and networking hub.

The international exhibition, with more than 200 exhibitors, covers all the technologies throughout the entire supply chain across all major component types.

Register to Attend

Co-hosted with five synergistic events covering 3D Printing & 3D Electronics, Graphene & 2D Materials, Electric Vehicle Materials, Sensors and Wearables, creating the IDTechEx Show! Access all sessions with your conference pass.

Attendees to Printed & Flexible Electronics conference will have access to all co-located conference tracks and the combined exhibition.

About IDTechEx

Printed Electronics Europe is part of the IDTechEx Show! A series of synergistic events on wearable, sensors, internet of things, graphene & 2D materials, 3D Printing and electric vehicles. Each of these is a full two-day executive conference with a common exhibition.

We co-locate these events because there is strong overlap across these topics, exposing you to the full relevant supply chains and customer and supplier bases, saving you time and money from attending separate events.

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