Neotech AMT GmbH of Nuremberg, Germany announces the launching of the EU Penta Project “AMPERE” which will develop reliable and scalable hybrid Additive Manufacturing methods for producing multifunctional mechatronics systems. The project started on April 1st 2021 and will run until 31. March 2024.Continue reading “Broad consortium to develop scalable 4D manufacturing processes for mechatronics”
We welcome Notion Systems as Silver Partner of 3D Printing Electronics Conference REGISTER HERE to attend
Notion Systems is the future of mass production additive manufacturing. The n.jet inkjet platform from Notion Systems is used by customers to produce printed cirucit boards, OLED & QLED displays, sensors and high quality 3D parts. Notion Systems relies on decades of experience of their staff in bringing precise inkjet systems to customers and scaling up digital printing processes for functional material.Continue reading “Notion Systems is Silver Partner of Online 3D Printing Electronics Conference”
We welcome PV Nano Cell as Silver Partner of Online 3D Printing Electronics Conference. REGISTER HERE to attend
PV Nano Cell (PVN) offers the first-ever complete solution for mass-produced inkjet based, printed electronics. The proven solution includes PVN’s proprietary Sicrys™, silver-based conductive inks, inkjet production printers and the complete printing process.Continue reading “PV Nano Cell is Silver Partner of Online 3D Printing Electronics Conference”
Presented by Martin Hedges, Neotech AMT.
This presentation will review the state-of-the-art related to the production of 3D mechatronic systems using Additive Manufacturing (AM) and review developments for scaling the processes through all stages, from one off prototyping to high volume manufacture.Continue reading “Scalable 3D Printed Electronics – from “Fully Additive” to High Volume.”
presentation by Shweta Argawala, Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Aarhus University at ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference
Moving forward biomedical devices will require materials and platforms that have Young’s modulus closer to human skin. Direct writing of electronics using functional inks on flexible, stretchable and biocompatible substrates will open doors for innovation in biomedical and health technology. This will tackle the issues of immune reactions and scarring of tissue that hamper the successful use of implantable devices for longer durations.
I will talk about our research on developing novel functional inks for electronic applications that can be directly written on unconventional substrates to enable next-generation devices. The focus is to understand the ink-substrate interactions to print homogeneous and high-resolution circuits.
I will also discuss various application areas, where printed electronics is pushing design innovation for sustainable and biodegradable electronics.Continue reading “Flexible and Conformable Electronics for Next-Generation Devices”
presentation by Valentina Bertana, Post-Doc researcher, Politecnico di Torino, at ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference
The field of additive manufacturing, which in the last years has gained a lot of interest both from the commercial and the academic world, needs now a boost from the materials side. If materials with special properties as biocompatibility, high mechanical resistance or temperature resistance are already present on the market, materials with special functionalities are still waiting for first release. Especially as regards materials with electrically conductive properties, which would represent a breakthrough for 3D printed electronics. In this perspective, our research group at the department of Applied Science and Technology at Politecnico di Torino is studying novel materials to allow the additive manufacturing of electrical and electronic components. Among different tests, the photocurable resin based on PEDOT:PSS seems to be the most promising one. Some application examples will be also reported.Continue reading “Electrically conductive polymers for additive manufacturing: current research at PoliTo”
presentation by Claudia Delgado Simao, Teamleader at Eurecat – Technology Centre of Catalonia, at ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference
4D printing is a methodology that makes use of a certain printed material property to change it’s final structure or chemistry along time. Block-copolymers (BCP) are synthetic polymer materials with tuned supramolecular interactions by design, useful to control it’s ability to self-assemble in segregated hydrophillic-hydrophonbic domains and create various functionalised superstructures. Here is presented the methodology for 4DP with BCPs and potential applications in health and energy applications.Continue reading “Block copolymers: a route for 4D printing”
presentation by Philippe Guaino, Program leader, CRM Group, at ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference (21 January 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 CET). REGISTER HERE to attend the conference
SHAPETRONICS project is a part of the Nano-enabled Printed Electronics demonstration case under the Vanguard Initiative’s Pilot on New Nano-enabled Products.Continue reading “Shapetronic platform, a demo case of Vanguard Initiative for 3D printing electronics”
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).Continue reading “Fabrication of Sensor Packages enabled by Additive Manufacturing – TINKER”
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.Continue reading “AI Driven Quality Assurance of “Fully Additive” 3D Printed Electronics to be developed by Neotech AMT GmbH & University of Hamburg”