Fabrication of Sensor Packages enabled by Additive Manufacturing – TINKER

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Autonomous driving and self-driving cars represent one prominent example for the use of microelectronics and sensors, most importantly RADAR and LiDAR sensors. Their respective markets have a big potential, e.g. it is estimated that the market size of LiDAR in automotive will double itself in the next two years (within 2020 to 2022).

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AI Driven Quality Assurance of “Fully Additive” 3D Printed Electronics to be developed by Neotech AMT GmbH & University of Hamburg

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Picture: X-Ray image of 3D printed Device, Courtesy: FAPS, via Neotech press release

Neotech AMT and the TAMS-group at the University of Hamburg, announce the Development of a camera-based monitoring system for Additively Manufactured objects with integrated electronics (Project: KAM EI). The project, funded by Central Innovation Program for SMEs (ZIM) from the German Federal Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), will run until September 2022. Automated Quality Assurance (QA) will be developed with which the manufacturing processes can be monitored online in the 5-axis manufacturing cell.

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PROFACTOR Gmbh is Bronze Partner of ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference 2021

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PROFACTOR Gmbh is Bronze Partner of ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 15:00 – 19:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference

PROFACTOR is an Austrian research company located in Steyr which focuses on developing new methods for integrated production technologies. The technological focus is on functional surfaces and nanostructures, robotics and machine vision. With around 80 employees PROFACTOR covers the whole range from basic research to applied research.

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Sensor package fabrication via additive manufacturing for automotive sector – An introduction to the TINKER project

Leo Schranzhofer

presentation by Leo Schranzhofer, Project Manager / Research Scientist, Profactor GmbH, at ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 15:00 – 19:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference

This H2020 project, coordinated by Leo Schranzhofer, PROFACTOR, started at 01.10.2020. Notion Systems and PV nanocell are partners in the consortium and will be mentioned in the talk.

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Q5D Adding Electrical Function

Stephen Bennington

by Stephen Bennington, Q5D Technology Limited at Online 3D Printing Electronics Conference. REGISTER HERE to attend

Q5D’s technology is the fusion of two technologies: laser sintered printed, which makes it possible to print with copper or silver ink and then use a laser to cure and sinter the ink; and innovative 5-axis additive manufacturing which is able to accurately deposit inks or dielectrics.

This makes it possible to print conductive tracks on large curved surfaces or create complex structures with compact 3D circuitry for surface mounted components.

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Neotech AMT is Gold Partner of Online 3D Printing Electronics Conference

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Neotech AMT GmbH is one of the leading companies developing systems for 3D Printed Electronics (3D PE). The company began developing this novel technology in 2006 and installed the worlds first 5 axis 3D PE system in 2010. This system expertly combines hard- and software elements into a unique solution capable of production complex circuitry on almost any 3D surface.

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3D Printed Electronics – be part of the ecosystem

by Corne Rentrop, Holst Centre

The printed electronics community is fastly growing. The latest actions involve high TRL work, aiming towards upscaling and industrialisation. This requires input from the complete value chain. Machine builders, materials and technology suppliers, are working with end-users to meet market specific requirements and allow industrialisation. The talk discusses how this is organised at the Holst Centre, complemented with some end-users examples.

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