12 August 2021

Rotary Screen Printing for Printed Electronics Manufacturing: Opportunities and Chances

5 August 2021

Printed antennas for wireless communications: NFC and RFID

15 July 2021

Screen Printing Techniques for Printed Electronics: 5 points of comparison

Flatbed screen printing is a well-known technique for Printed Electronics. A somewhat less familiar solution for these applications is the rotary screen printing process. 

Although both techniques work differently, they have many similarities. However, they also both have their unique advantages. For example, seamless printing is not possible with flatbed screen printing, while it can be done in a rotary screen printing process. 

But what is the best solution for your manufacturing process? What are the most relevant differences for your printing process and which technique can help you to improve your Printed Electronics best?

15 June 2021

Flexible Electronics: Printing Flexible Circuit Boards and more

As more and more electronic devices are (partly) produced through Printed Electronics, flexibility becomes increasingly important. Flexible Electronics are a well-known phenomenon in the printing world, but which manufacturing method creates the best results for your printing line? And how do you take the environment into account? 

Whether you print Flexible Circuit Boards or any other form of Flexible Electronics; every print method has its advantages and disadvantages. In this blog, we will list the most important benefits and drawbacks of Rotary Screen Printing for Flexible Electronics.

25 May 2021

Electrically Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics

For printed electronics, the function of your application often determines the printing process you use. To get the functioning right, the printing process should be chosen carefully. There are several possible solutions, but the perfect combination of ink and printing technique is different for each application. Like the application you print, the ink often has a specific function as well. For example, electrically conductive inks are inks that can conduct electricity. 

The optimum solution is a combination of costs and performance. How can you find the solution that fits your printing needs best? To understand this, we first need to focus on which challenges might determine your choice.

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