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Copprint & TechBlick Interview- Copper Inks Innovations and Applications
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, CEO of TechBlick, catches up with Ofer, CEO of Copprint, over several handpicked key slides which outline the latest performance results as well as emerging applications. Here, Copprint shows its own benchmark comparing their Cu inks vs silver inks in terms of conductivity and sintering time. Here we also explore the drying and sintering process of Copprint paste, which, unlike many other copper formulations, does not require special sintering conditions, gases or machines, making it as much of a drop-in replacement as possible. We also discuss the production approach, sales, the cost of production and pricing, and the scale of production capacity today. Finally, we consider in detail applications such as R2R printed paper-based RFID tags with copper-based antennas, automotive seat heaters, one or two sided PCBs, Al PCBs, IBC silicon solar cells, etc
TechBlick's Tour of Latest Innovations in Printed, Flexible, Hybrid, and InMold Electroncis
Complete transcript: https://www.techblick.com/post/tour-of-latest-innovations-in-printed-electronics. This presentation gives you an overview of the latest and exciting trends, market and innovations in the diverse world of printed, flexible, hybrid, and inmold electronics. In particular TechBlick focuses on low-T PET-compatible soldering, R2R LED lighting, R2R printed perovskites, high-res digital and R2R printing, printed electronics in micro-LED displays, medical electronics and skin patches, transparent antennas, OPVs, R2R printed displays, stretchable e-textile inks, In-Mold Electronics, 3D printed electronics, and the latest innovations in conductive inks.
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10 March | Fiat | Materials Meets Electronics A New Paradigm For Automotive Components (Teaser)
Presenter: Nello Li Pira, Head of Materials Labs | 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.
11 March | Swarovski | Reinventing The Wheel Printing (R)Evolution For A Luxury Brand (Teaser)
Presenter: Rafael Michalczuk, Senior Technology & Funding Manager | Swarovski is innovating since decades in the additive manufacturing domain and printing technologies form an important puzzle piece in the manufacturing processes. But is it now time to reinvent Gutenberg´s invention? As proof-of-concept Swarovski will showcase in the talk different innovations – ranging from additive manufacturing in jewelry, 3D glass printing to 2D/3D printed electronics applications and nano-imprint lithography in various application areas for the luxury brand.
10 March | GE Research | Flexible Hybrid Electronics Applications For The Industrial World (Teaser)
Presenter: Nancy Stoffel, Platform Leader for FHE | 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.
10 March | Jones Healthcare | Improving Medication Adherence With Packaging (Teaser)
Presenter: James Lee, Director | This talk will discuss how an intelligent package using printed electronics can be used to improve medication adherence with patients. Those outside of the medical field are unaware of the impacts of low medication adherence, James will define medication adherence and studies performed by Jones to improve adherence among patients.
Graphene & 2D Materials | April 2021
15 April 2021 | Fiat | Graphene Opportunities For Multifunctional Lightweight Structures In Automotive Sector | Teaser
Presenter: Anonino Veca, Fulvio Cascio, Francesco Gazza, Chiara Mastropasqua, Brunetto Martorana The global automotive industry is currently facing great challenges, such as responsibility for increasing CO2 emissions, lack of strong decarbonisation targets, and safety issues. It is also widely viewed as being the industry in which the greatest volume of advanced composite materials will be used in the future to produce light vehicles. The study of novel composite materials, including graphene-based composites, and their potential applications in automotive industry, will be strategic for developing new lightweight and multifunctional structures for the automotive sector.
14 April 2021 | BASF | Black Flakes With Green Value Proposition – Graphene Polymer Composites For Sustainability | Teaser
Presenter: Nikolaus Nestle, Principal Scientist | Since the discovery of graphene and its impressive mechanic, thermal and electrical properties, major materials research efforts have been made towards harnessing these properties for the development of polymer composites with unprecedented performance. While this research has shown that some of the bolder expectations for their properties will probably not be achievable for reasons from basic physics, substantial progress has been made in the production of composites with more down-to-earth property improvements. At the same time, the production of graphene related materials (GRM) has made great progress with respect to available quantities, cost and resource efficiency that pragmatic applications of graphene as just another functional filler for polymer composites has become economically and ecologically viable. While such properties are not necessarily “flashy”, they nevertheless may greatly help the polymer industry on the way of to a more circular and resource-efficient economy.
15 April 2021 | SIMIT | Graphene H-BN Wafers By Chemical Vapor Deposition (Pre-Recorded) | Teaser
Presenter: Qingkai Yu, Senior Researcher | Graphene shows their promising application in electronic devices, functional thin films and MEMS. The extraordinary performance of graphene devices can only be obtained with the reliable fabrication of high-quality graphene. Our goal is to fabricate the wafer-size single crystalline graphene with atomic smoothness. Our products include 2”-8” monolayer single crystalline graphene grown on Cu film, CuNi alloy film, Ge. We also provide polycrystalline graphene wafer directly grown on silicon oxide/Si without metal layer. Furthermore, we also have the capability to fabricate h-BN thin film with thickness from one layer to multilayer up to 30 nm.
15 April 2021 | Nationwide Engineering & Concretene + Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) | Teaser
Presenter: Alex McDermott, Director | Craig Dawson, Application Manager | Strength improvements of up to 50% could lead to reduced concrete quantities for a specific application. Combined with other advantages such as barrier and migration properties mean graphene concrete could lead to disruptive concrete performance without disrupting current production processes. Successful roll out these breakthroughs has the potential to transform the construction industry and Nationwide Engineering Group have formed Concretene Ltd to expedite this. Working together with world leading centres of expertise in graphene production and structural engineering our vision is to exploit the full potential, revolutionise current practice, and place the UK at the global forefront of construction technology for many years to come.
15 April 2021 | Shangdong Sino-Graphene Light Alloy | Graphene Metal Composites Applications(Pre-Recorded) | Teaser
Presenter: Jinfeng Leng, General Manager | Shangdong sino-graphene light alloy Co. Ltd. focuses on the research，production, sales and related technology transfer and services of nano-phase reinforced nonferrousmetal matrix composite materials. The sino-graphene light alloy team is the first batch of teams in China to apply graphene to the field of metal matrix composites, and has domestic independent intellectual property rights in the nano-reinforced metal matrix composite series. After years of technological incubation, the company has successfully broken through the low-cost, large-scale, designable production of high-strength and high-toughness aluminum composites, high-strength and high-conductivity aluminum composites，high-conductivity and high hardness copper composites and other series of graphene-enhanced metal matrix composites production technology. The production capacity is 3,000 tons of composite ingots and 2,000 tons of profiles.
15 April 2021 | NanoPlexus Limited | 2D Material Networks A Bridge To Novel Composites Read More | Teaser
Presenter: Jae Jong Byun, CEO and Co-Founder | Nanoplexus’ technology enables tuneable decorations on graphene & 2D material aerogels for novel catalysts, composites and energy systems. These porous matrices possess high electrical conductivity, promising mechanical characteristics and confined microenvironments that can act as an ideal platform to stabilise active material clusters. These versatile scaffolds are synthesised through a scalable process that facilitates a greater degree of refinement for bespoke functional composites. We aim to offer an alternative outlook in the widespread use of 2D materials, yielding better performance at lower costs and building a bridge to next-generation novel composites.
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11 May 2021 | ARM | Towards Natively Flexible Ics (Teaser)
Presenter: Jedrzej Kufel, Staff Research Engineer | Conventional silicon technology has embedded at least one integrated circuit into every smart device on Earth. However, it faces key challenges to make everyday objects smarter. Cost is the most important factor but flexibility and conformability are highly desirable. Our approach is to develop integrated circuits using flexible electronic fabrication techniques, thus paving the way towards natively-flexible LSI and VLSI ICs.
12 May 2021 | Wuerth Elektronik Eisos | Challenges & Opportunities Of AM In Passive Electronic Industry (Teaser)
Presenter: Christoph Voelcker, Teamleader 3D Printing | The electronics industry has the potential to be an attractive market for the additive industry and wants to be conquered. To put it somewhat provocatively, this is currently happening more on the part of the AM than on the part of the electronics industry - although there are many large overlaps here. Small components, sustainability, free geometries, specific customer solutions, sensors and antennas, Industry 4.0...just to name a few. But how easy is the fusion of the two industries really? What hurdles have to be overcome, what challenges are ahead and what opportunities are opening up? The presentation will give an insight into the methods and projects from practice at Würth Elektronik eiSos and is intended to create incentives to go new ways.