Xaar has signed an agreement with Xerox Corporation to partner in bulk piezoelectric (piezo) inkjet printheads. This partnership capitalizes on each company's expertise in bulk piezo printhead development and will deliver substantial benefits to the market through leveraging both companies' technology.
Domino will use PRINT 09 to debut its new inserter controller tracking system and demonstrate how its latest variable data ink jet printing solutions can enable commercial printers to broaden their service offerings and increase business turnover. Domino’s affordable and scalable in-line digital VDP technologies including drop-on-demand, thermal and continuous ink jet printers, designed to suit a wide range of mailing, addressing and labeling applications, represent a vital proposition for printers seeking to enhance business opportunities in the ongoing global downturn.
The Inca Spyder V (a faster printer version of the popular and highly successful Spyder series of flatbed inkjet printers) will be demonstrated at Inca Digital's distribution partner Fujifilm Sericol USA's booth (#4105) during the ISA International Sign Expo 2009, at the Mandalay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV, from April 16-18.
The money spent on printed and potentially printed electronics doubled in 2007, as did the number of organizations participating. There are now about 1500 organizations doing significant work, most of them being academic. In 2008, there will be much more emphasis on commercialisation and many more countries will join the fray. New breakthroughs for European conference The leading European conference on printed electronics, the IDTechEx “Printed Electronics Europe” is part of the only global set of conferences on the subject in Japan, China, the USA and Europe. This year it moves from one centre of excellence Cambridge to another, Dresden in Germany. Once again,
CAMBRIDGE , UK—Feb 14, 2007—Nowadays, the term printed electronics is taken to include thin film electronics that will become printable. Most of the potential for printed electronics lies in what Toppan Forms calls Smart Media Products (SMP) which will be intelligent and mass producible yet often customisable as well. They will usually be used at the human interface or connected to networks and embedded ubiquitously into the environment. All this means that printed electronics will largely create new markets, such as tape around pipelines to detect leaks and impending leaks and signal that there is a problem. After all, leaks still occur in the
CAMBRIDGE, UK—01/25/07—Nowadays, the term printed electronics is taken to include printed electrics and even thin film devices that are likely to be printed in due course. Anything less risks missing the big picture, the subject is moving on so rapidly. Of the different components that are becoming printable, Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are very important. This is because they are set to replace many of today’s electronic displays with something more economical and with better performance. They will do the same with much of today’s lighting as well. In both cases, the change will be accelerated by the advent of cost-effective flexible displays