Automated IMSE Mass Production
Nowadays, finishing and functionalisation of the surface of high-quality plastic parts is a crucial topic and has a big influence on the industry.
To achieve this in a economically efficient and standardised manner, it is important to combine all the necessary steps in the perfect way.
In this presentation, we will have a look at each of these steps and how they are connected in a fully-automated production cell.
In the end, the plastic part is made out of a printed and functionalized foil – ready to use.
Australian Advanced Materials (AAM)
Business Development Manager
Nanocube Ink Nanomaterial
Australian Advanced Materials (AAM) is an Australian start-up company established to develop and commercialise revolutionary materials technology being developed in Australia. AAM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Strategic Elements Ltd. AAM is currently
developing a printed memory technology for the printed/flexible electronics sector based on its Nanocube Ink technology. This presentation will cover the current status of the printed memory development by AAM.
CHASM Advanced Materials
Why your next automotive heater will be a CNT hybrid
With more than 25 years of success matching technically advanced products to market demand, Mr. Klapproth has helped companies small and large achieve double-digit growth. He joined CHASM in 2019 bringing global expertise from leading sales and marketing organizations at companies including Desalitech, Elsevier, IHS, Entuity, Proficiency, and Siemens. Results-oriented and data-driven, Ken is fanatical about accelerating sales traction for technically complex products, cutting edge demand generation, is the holder of two U.S. patents, and believes electronics should be intuitive, integrated, organic, and – most importantly – NOT seen. Ken holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and began his professional career at Pratt & Whitney designing jet engines found under the wing on many of today’s modern aircraft including the Boeing 777. In his spare time, Ken is an avid woodworker, photography and video enthusiast, and runner.
COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH
New & Digital Production Methods For Printed Electronics
Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH is a market leader in R2R equipment for printing, coating and laminating. Working in PE for nearly 20 years the company specialized in the scale up from innovative products and technologies from Lab2Fab. The speaker describes the strategy and the shift into digital fabrication, moving from analog printing systems into inkjet and other digital methods. This approach is combined in the semi digitalization of standard systems like slot die coating. The overall umbrella on all activities is the industry 4.0 approach with the focus on inline control of processes, products and equipment by sensors, camera systems and other tools. Combining the data out of these processes with artificial intelligence and big data to make the digitalization of the processes possible.
Vice President @ Coatema® Coating Machinery GmbH
Thomas Kolbusch is Vice President of Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, an equipment manufacturing company for coating, printing and laminating solutions located in Dormagen, Germany.
He is member of the board of the OE-A (Organic Electronic Association) in Germany, a global association for printed electronics.
He serves in the advisory board of Fraunhofer ITA institute.
He served as member of the board of COPT.NRW, a local association in Germany, as well as exhibition chair of the LOPEC in Munich for five years. Thomas is active in the field of fuel cells, batteries, printed electronics, photovoltaics and medical applications. He organizes the international Coatema Coating Symposium for over 19 years and represents Coatema in a number of public funded German and European projects. Thomas Kolbusch studied Business Economics at the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences and got his degree as business economist in 1997. He started his career at 3M, Germany. Since 1999 he is working for Coatema Coating Machinery in different positions.
CNB Film Heaters for ADAS Sensors to Enable Any-Weather Safe Autonomous Driving
The presentation focuses on CNB film heaters for ADAS camera and LiDAR sensors, covering ADAS market evolution, constraints to ADAS uptake, side effects of fair weather on LiDAR and camera systems, challenges associated with the conventional heating wires and the limitations can be overcome to improve safety and reliability. During the presentation, optical test results and integration possibilities will also be shared.
CNB heaters help vehicles “see” better and provide clear field of vision for ADAS systems to operate. These wire-free film heaters provide even heating and low optical distortion enabling accurate object detection. They can be 3D formed and either laminated or injection molded to provide a robust structure. Join our session to learn more!
Marketing Director @ Canatu Oy
Marketing Director of Canatu, a carbon nanomaterial company, with extensive experience in global B2B technology marketing from nanomaterial, health tech, fire suppression and IT industries. Extensive experience in global B2B technology marketing from nanomaterial, health tech, fire suppression and IT industries.
Chief Marketing Officer
Multi-material /Multi-layer Solutions for Additively Manufactured Electronics/ Printed Electronics (AME/PE)
ChemCubed, a U.S. based manufacturer of materials and printing solutions for 3D printing / Additive Manufacturing, will present their ElectroJet brand solutions for AME/PE covering the offerings of materials (silver conductive and dielectric insulating inks), equipment (electroUV3D inkjet printer for electronics), and processes. The multi-faceted portfolio will be highlighted for differentiation in performance, economics, flexibility, compatibility and benefits to key applications and market segments. ChemCubed will also present examples of the ElectroJet brand’s resulting solutions to date by application, further understandings of unmet needs within the industry and emerging technology to address the needs in the future developments of materials and equipment.
Chief Marketing Officer @ ChemCubed
Chris Booher holds a BBA in marketing with over 25 years of business experience in the packaging and materials industry and is committed to growing ChemCubed’s leading technologies position in the 3D printing materials market. He has worked with multiple companies from privately owned expansions to Fortune 500s headquartered in the USA and Europe. His experience ranges from full P&L general management, sales and business development for application-specific technologies in paper, films, adhesives, specialty coatings and printing inks. Chris is focused on partnering with customers to fully embrace target driven solutions tailored to each company’s unique end-use applications and needs.
Copper pastes that outperform silver – make the switch: Higher conductivity, lower cost, and superior sustainability
The future of printed electronics is Copper. Conductive Copper inks are ushering in a new era of printed electronics, empowering ubiquitous conductivity.
In this presentation, we will review Copper pastes, which are superior to silver pastes and to etching techniques. These pastes are suitable for various substrates such as Paper, PET, PI, Glass, Aluminum, Alumina, FR4, silicon wafers and photovoltaic wafers. We will review different applications such as printed antennas, heaters, flexible circuits, PCBs, and displays. We will demonstrate that a very high level of conductivity can be obtained with Copprint’s Nano-Copper pastes while dramatically reducing costs and using simple, low-cost equipment and under-air processing. All our Copper inks are commercially available for purchase.
Exposing The Anatomy Of Functional Surfaces
Driven by the desire for ever more compact and sophisticated devices, increasing demands for improved functionality and for more customization options, OEMs are turning to functional integration. Thin, three-dimensional parts which were previously simply thought of as covers, or “skins” can now incorporate diverse functionality. This presentation will explore different means of achieving the above goals through the use of materials from Covestro.
High-Tech Materials for Electronics @ Covestro
John Skabardonis is a Chemist-turned-Marketer-Communicator in the Polycarbonates business unit at Covestro, LLC. He is responsible for technical marketing for electronics, electrical and appliances in the Americas region. John is fascinated by the rapid evolution of technology and is focused on materials and techniques which enable this evolution. He is also intensely interested in social media as a means of helping make information easily accessible. John received a Ph.D. in Physical/Organic Chemistry from Case Western Reserve University. He is a design advocate & a member of the Industrial Designers Society of America, a Distinguished Toastmaster and a chairholder in the Color Marketing Group.
Dr. Jean Bausch GmbH
High-Volume of Printed Electronics: The LAB-2-FAB concept and industrial R2R printing
Roll-2-Roll production of Printed Electronics enables unprecedented throughput and breakthrough price levels. With the so-called LAB-2-FAB concept, InnovationLab provides the possibility to benefit from these advantages by a smooth transition from development of tailor-made integrated sensor systems over upscaling to an industrial production in cooperation with world market leader for printing presses Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG.
The concept is exemplified by a medical product grade 1, the OccluSense® by Bausch. This first digital articulating paper was nothing but an idea some years ago and is now produced in millions.
Mr. André Bausch was born 1969 in Cologne
Since 1987 shareholder and marketing manager of Dr. Jean Bausch GmbH & Co. KG
Since 1998 until today Managing Partner of Dr. Jean Bausch GmbH & Co. KG
Since 2007 Director of Bausch Articulating Papers Japan K. K.
André Bausch has been awarded the "Cellerant Best of Class Technology Awards" for the newly developed OccluSense® system during the "ADA FDI World Dental Congress" in San Francisco in September 2019 .
Since 1953, the company Dr. Jean Bausch GmbH & Co. KG has been manufacturing occlusion test materials for dentistry since 1953. Bausch products are being used in more than 120 countries and sold through specialized dealers and Bausch’s subsidiaries in the United Staed, Australia, Japan, Korea and Brazil.
Eastman Kodak Company
General Manager (PE)
Advantages of High-Resolution Flexography for Functional Printing
Print technologies are being used today in the manufacture of consumer products, including flexible electronics and optics. There are multiple available printing technologies that offer a range of addressable resolutions and obtainable throughputs (i.e. print speed). Resolution and speed are only part of the story, one also needs to understand the latitude for useable inks and the volume of those inks that can be deposited at speed in a single-pass process with good pattern fidelity.
EKTAFLEX functional printing solutions enable flexographic processes to achieve sub-10-micron on-substrate features. This talk will focus on the advantages of high-resolution flexography, and how these small features sizes can be used to create advantaged products. Included will be a review of both the innate capabilities of flexography and application specific benefits over other print technologies, such as drop-on-demand inkjet.
Examples of both additive and subtractive processing via high resolution flexography will be discussed. Real case studies will be presented, including Kodak’s own additive, roll-to-roll (R2R) manufacturing process for copper micro-wire patterns on flexible substrates used for transparent RF devices, such as antennas and EMI shields. In addition, success cases from partners’ use of Kodak’s EKTAFLEX plates for functional printing will also be shared – illustrating not just the benefit of the technology but Kodak’s dedication to enabling partners to achieve their product and performance milestones.
General Manager Printed Electronics & V.P. Kodak PE Tech, LLC @ Eastman Kodak Company
Carolyn Ellinger is General Manager, Printed Electronics at Eastman Kodak Company and V.P. Kodak PE Tech, LLC, a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak Company. She received a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the State University of NY at Buffalo, and an M.S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of Rochester. In her 25+ years at Kodak, she has held technical positions in film systems, flexible displays, nanotechnology and semiconductor devices, MEMS-based devices, spatial ALD, and printed electronics. Her research has resulted in peer-reviewed journal articles, multiple contributed and invited presentations, over 70 Granted US Patents, and numerous improvements to Kodak products.
TAeTTOOz® Battery Materials: The Next Thin Thing
TAeTTOOz® is a new technology development from the strategic innovation unit of Evonik Operations. Based on redox-polymers, it allows for ultra-thin printed batteries that can be directly integrated into sensors and IoT devices. The new proprietary TAeTTOOz® technology enables new applications in the IoT field, promoting more accurate health monitoring, more efficient logistics and smarter infrastructure. Completely polymer-based, this new materials are environmentally benign and can be processed via printing technologies. This allows for a seamless integration of the battery into the production process, creating new dimensions of design freedom.
Marketing Manager Sustainable Solutions @ Evonik Creavis
As the Marketing Manager Sustainable Solutions at Creavis, the strategic innovation unit of Evonik, Carolina Gioscio brings her passion for developing strong relations to engage manufacturers and developers of IoT devices with TAeTTOOz® printable battery technology. With a MSc in Chemistry and a certificate in Business, Carolina holds over 15 years of experience in the field of specialty chemicals in different marketing and sales roles across regions in Asia, South America and Europe.
Carolina Gioscio is the Marketing Manager at the Sustainable Solutions unit of Creavis, the strategic innovation unit of Evonik, where she brings her passion for developing strong relations to engage manufacturers of IoT devices with TAeTTOOz® printable battery technology. With a MSc in Chemistry and a certificate in Business, holds over 15 years of experience in specialty chemicals in different marketing, sales and business development roles in South America, Asia and Europe.
FIAT Research Centre
Nello Li Pira
Head of Materials Labs
Materials Meets Electronics: A New Paradigm for Automotive Components
This work discusses one of the main future challenge in automotive materials addressing the integration of embedded electronic functionalities and sustainability.
The cars of the future will have an elegant and ergonomic design with embedded sensors, touch surfaces and biomimetic multi-coloured components. E-mobility and autonomous driving are becoming fundamental demands in vehicles but at the same time, they have to merge with sustainability introducing biomaterials and strengthening the circular economy. This implies a continuous development of current products with increase of electronics contents meeting in parallel the main issues of economy of the future: limiting the presence of hazardous chemicals, increase uptake of recycled materials and developing bio-based plastics.
Nello Li Pira
Head of Materials Labs @ FIAT Research Centre
Nello Li Pira, Dr. General Physics, University of Torino, 2000. He obtained a PhD degree at the Polytechnic of Turin in 2010. He currently works as Global Materials R&I manager in FCA Material Engineering and additionally he is in charge of Electrics/Electronics and Multi-functional materials department in EMEA. He is the global manager of Advanced & Aesthetics Materials managing within the internal FCA Innovation Master plan on the development of novel innovative trims/solutions for different FCA projects including Alfa Romeo, Maserati, FIAT, and JEEP brands. He was involved in the development of interior trims and display materials for several FCA brands. Currently he is the reference for materials and optical assessment of display in FCA. He masters in surface and coating metrology and plastic electronics since 2009. He has international experiences in European projects as project coordinator: FP7 ICT PRIAM and scientific responsible in ICT, FOF and NMPB projects in the frame of H2020 and FP7 programs. He is inventor of more than 10 industrial patents and author of more than 10 international publications.
Platform Leader for FHE at GE
Flexible Hybrid Electronics Applications for the Industrial World
This presentation overviews GE’s vision of the digital industrial challenges in manufacturing. It does this in the context of opportunities for sensors, and communication elements made using flexible hybrid electronics, for smart manufacturing, structural health monitoring, and for improved worker safety and productivity.
Platform Leader for FHE @ GE Research
Nancy Stoffel specializes in design and manufacturing of printed embedded systems and electronics packaging. She serves as GE’s representative on the Nextflex consortia Board of Governors and was recognized for her technical contributions by being named a Next Flex Fellow. Nancy holds a PhD in Materials Science from Cornell University. Her career has focused on materials and process development for electronics integration. During her 30+ industry career, she was Director of Microsystems Integration at STC MEMS & Technical Manager at Xerox Corp in-charge of inkjet device fluidic design, materials technology and process development for next generation product. During her time at IBM she developed new materials and process technology to create co-fired glass-ceramic multichip modules. She has been with GE Research for 9 years where her work has focused on the integration of sensors and electronics for power electronics, wearables and asset monitoring. She is active in the IEEE, and is the 2021 General Chair of the IEEE ECTC, the premier electronics packaging conference.
Challenges & Opportunities with Printed Electronics in Automotive
Printed Electronics is one of the game changing technologies that will be a design enabler for future lightweight and smart solutions in many areas of Automotive. In this presentation we look at some of those, with the viewing angle of a designer and see what opportunities they might bring us and what challenges are still left to be solved.
Chief Designer @ Geely Design
Andreas Friedrich has a long track record in the automotive industry. He has worked with various customers, amongst others 8 years with Volvo Interior design during his 20 years with Consultancy company Semcon. Since 2013 he is part of Lynk & Co Design in Sweden where they design the Lynk & Co cars. There he has been working with Interior Design of the first car and was employed in 2016 as Chief Designer for Advanced Interior. Now he is Chief Designer for New Tech & Innovation and supports the whole GeelyDesign community of brands. As a trained Architect and Industrial Designer he has always had a big interest in New Technologies and how that can be used to enhance the user experience.
Head of Printed Electronics
Conformal EMI Shielding - Heraeus Intergrated Solution Platform
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is increasingly becoming a problem in design of electronic devices – especially in 5G mobile phones. Higher frequencies, reduced height and real estate in the phone and increasingly dense packaging of sensitive components causes interferences and requires new solutions.
To meet this challenge Heraeus now offers an innovative digital system solution based on a particle-free Ag-ink and inkjet printing technology. This provides excellent shielding performance, high thru-put on mass manufacturing equipment, the possibility to apply selective shielding without the need for any masking and thus the most cost effective EMI shielding solution.