Dr John Heitzinger, President
Santa Clara 2014 Presentation - Soligie*
Santa Clara 2014 Audio Presentation - Soligie*
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• Significant progress has been made in additive manufacturing of electronics over the last decade with important components becoming commercially available.
• Customers have a wide variety of requirements that may include functionality beyond what "printed" electronics can provide.
• This has resulted in a paradigm shift towards Flexible Hybrid Systems where printed technologies and components are combined with traditional electronic components in a way that allows the circuit to have a thin, flexible form factor.
• Several examples of recent programs will be discussed to illustrate the approach and demonstrate a path to commercialization.
Speaker Biography (John M. Heitzinger)
John is a veteran of the semiconductor and electronics industries with broad experience in research and development, technical management, customer service, product management and business leadership. He has worked closely with organizations in Asia, Europe and North America taking new products and processes from concept to high volume manufacturing. John's education includes B.S. degrees in chemistry and physics and a Ph.D. in chemistry.
Company Profile (Soligie)
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Soligie is the leading company to utilize high speed manufacturing to produce printed electronics with a variety of conductive, resistive and proprietary materials on flexible substrates such as PET, paper and foil. State of-the-art design and development capabilities enable customers to realize products that push traditional boundaries. Soligie engages in development projects from the product concept phase through high volume manufacturing. The Company is on the cutting edge of the production of electronic components using high speed, fully additive roll-to-roll processes. Soligie offers a full range of services from concept design, circuit design, design for manufacturability and final volume production.