Mon, May

InPrint conference programme extended

The InPrint conference programme has been extended to include more than 60 speakers.
Latest additions to the programme include: ‘Creative with Printed Electronics’ - explaining the route from concept towards a final printed electronics product (e.g. smartphones) involving digital printing and finishing; ‘One-step Metallisation’ - on combining inkjet-printed metal with near-infrared drying and laser sintering to manufacture bus bars for printed electronics; ‘3D Printing from the Perspective of a Service Provider - looking at trends, possibilities and workflows using polymer technologies and detailing the pros and cons; ‘Printing 4.0’ - on the benefits of inkjet printing, with specific examples for the manufacturing of solar cells, printed circuit boards and semiconductors; and ‘Real and Virtual Plasticity in Hybrid Scanning and Inkjet Printing’ - looking at how scanning technology can help create 3D haptic structures.

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