MGI’s Ceradrop Announces Three New Orders for Printed Electronics and Intelligent 3D Printing Applications

The Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL) has acquired a Ceradrop X-Series Inkjet printer for Physics Laboratory and Analytical Electrochemistry (LEPA). This equipment will be dedicated to high-level research in the field of micro-fabrication of electrochemical systems (sensors, batteries, fuel cells) by use of inkjet printing. Continue reading “MGI’s Ceradrop Announces Three New Orders for Printed Electronics and Intelligent 3D Printing Applications”

The inspiring program of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference

Next Wednesday (March 26) at Seats2Meet in Eindhoven, The Netherlands:

  • 3D Printed Electronics, From Idea to Reality – Arjen Koppens, TNO.
  • 3D Printed Electronics via Aerosol Jet – Applications and Manufacturing Technology – Martin Hedges, Neotech AMT GmbH.
  • ‘Click to Manufacture’ – 3D Printing with Functional Materials – Simon Leigh, University of Warwick.
  • Stretching the Limits of Printed Electronics – Marc Koetse, Holst Centre/TNO.
  • Inkjet Printing a Breakthrough Technology for High Definition 3D Ceramic Printed Electronics – Chrystelle Dossou-Yovo, CERADROP.

Afternoon program full of inspiration, information and creation, for every 3D professional. REGISTER NOW!

CERADROP presents at our 3DPE Conference: “Breakthrough for High Definition 3D Ceramic Printed Electronics”

Chrystelle Dossou-Yovo of CERADROP confirmed to present at the 3D Printing Electronics Conference ’14. Chrystelle is Deputy Managing Director, subject of her presentation is “Inkjet Printing a Breakthrough Technology for High Definition 3D Ceramic Printed Electronics” Continue reading “CERADROP presents at our 3DPE Conference: “Breakthrough for High Definition 3D Ceramic Printed Electronics””