Exhibitor press releases
The latest news and background information from LOPEC's exhibitors are available here.
The organic and printed electronics industry expects an increase of 17 percent in sales revenue in 2017
Positive outlook from OE-A members on the expansion of organic and printed electronics along the entire value chain
Interactively discover printed electronics
OE-A publishes new brochure with integrated NFC tag at LOPEC 2017 in Munich, Germany.
From vision to product
OE-A presents the most innovative ideas and outlooks at LOPEC 2017.
Product news: Hybrid PS Screen Printing Stencil
The Hybrid PS Screen is a high-tech screen printing stencil, developed for industrial applications.
See our latest innovation in reel-to-reel technology: the VCM-L lab/Pilot Coating Machine
Fully compatible with the new and exciting innovations in printed electronics on the world stage, this reel to reel lab/pilot coater is custom designed and manufactured to suit your precise specifications.
SPS® TechnoScreen will display one of the most accurate flat bed screen printing presses in the world!
The ATMAGP 50PP series is equipped with 4 cameras for registration and reaches a print repeatability of ˂ 15 μm.
A CeraPrinter F-Serie—Modular-Based Scalable Platform now equips EPFL’s Microsystems for Space Technologies Lab (LMTS)
The institution is strongly involved in the cutting-edge research activities for smart microsystems, foil and elastomeric based sensors and actuators.
PolyIC to present series-production-ready sen-sor technology at LOPEC
At LOPEC PolyIC will be exhibiting a series production application for white goods and demonstrating automotive human-machine inter-face functions, as well as gesture controllers for consumer electronics.
Printed Electronics: RFID Sensor Platform and Flexible Functional Films for Automatic Processing
Competence Center Schreiner PrinTronics at LOPEC.
PCAS invests $8 million to increase manufacturing capacities of electronic polymers & chemicals
Significant increase of production of low metal polymers and complex chemicals for two growing segments of the electronic industry.
New hybrid inks for printed, flexible electronics without sintering
Research scientists at INM – Leibniz-Institute for New Materials have now developed a new type of hybrid inks which allows electronic circuits to be applied to paper directly from a pen. They are usable after drying without any further processing.
Silver circuits on foil allow curved touchscreens
INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials has developed a technique, which allows conductor paths even on flexible foils as well as on stretchable silicone. It will be presenting the so called photochemical metallization on this year’s LOPEC.
Inkjet process to print flexible touchscreens cost-efficiently
INM will be demonstrating flexible touch screens, which are produced by printing recently developed nanoparticle inks on thin plastic foils. These inks composed predominantly of transparent, conductive oxides (TCOs) are suitable for a one-step printing process.
Meyer Burger to showcase Thin Film Encapsulation technology at LOPEC
The technology is key in the production of flexible and sensitive electronic devices. It replaces glass encapsulation in OLED lighting and display panels offering equivalent moisture and oxygen barrier functionality at reduced device thickness and weight in combination with improved flexibility and robustness.
Meyer Burger launches full range JETx functional inkjet platform
Meyer Burger (Netherlands) announces a major extension of its JETx family of functional inkjet production tools. The family now includes standard configurations for printed products as small as several square inches up to several square meters, covering all segments of the materials printing industry.
Meyer Burger announces inkjet module for OEM applications
Meyer Burger is launching a new product next to their existing product line of PiXDRO production and R&D printers. Starting from the 2nd quarter of 2017, the company is offering the core printing module of the JETx production printer family as a separate product.
Meet the members of the interdisciplinary Network nanoInk at LOPEC 2017
The Cluster Nanotechnology will be exhibiting again at LOPEC 2017 with the network nanoInk (www.nanoink.de). The interdisciplinary network focusses on the formulation of innovative inks and the development of inkjet related process technologies.
LIVE! Solayer demonstrates ultra-short time sintering of printed electronic samples
In 2017, Solayer GmbH will exhibit for the first time at LOPEC to showcase the new products and services for large-area coating, organic and printed electronics.
Holst Centre and partners deliver functional surfaces for intuitive automotive and consumer user experiences
A functional demonstrator using Holst Centre’s in-mold electronics (IME) technology points to a bright future for intuitive human-machine interfaces (HMIs) in automotive electronics and consumer appliances.
Flexible electronic devices with roll-to-roll overmolding technology
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has, for the first time, performed all manufacturing stages for a flexible in-moulded LED foil -in roll-to-roll process.