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This profile outlines Pulse Electronics' FluidANT printing technology, which uses viscous conductive inks with micron-sized particles to print conductive traces onto 3D objects. It is an alternative to laser direct structuring (LDS) and is primarily used for printing antennae.
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Pulse Electronics

Pulse Electronics provides electronic component design and manufacturing. It offers a catalog of products as well as custom capabilities, supplying electronic components to OEMs, contract manufacturers and consumer electronic manufacturers. The company is now private but was formerly listed on the NYSE. It has annual sales of approximately $400 million. The company makes about 5% of all the antennas made for smart phones, routers and other consumer electronics wireless equipment. This activity was gained through acquisition including parts of Nokia's antenna business. It has now developed equipment, known as "fluidANT" that can print antennas on 3D substrate
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