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2022-08-07
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Singapore strengthens print electronics manufacturing capacity release date: Source: China Science Daily editor: China Packaging Views: 285 copyright and disclaimer core tip: the Manufacturing Technology Institute of the Singapore Science and Technology Research Bureau recently announced the launch of a collaborative industrial project, which mainly supports the entrepreneurship of the application of the print electronics industry, focusing on the roll to roll manufacturing technology of functional films and print electronics products, To help companies in this emerging field improve the technology and production capacity of printing electronics

[China Packaging News] the Manufacturing Technology Research Institute of the Singapore Science and Technology Research Bureau recently announced the launch of a collaborative industrial project, which mainly supports the entrepreneurship of the application of printing electronics industry, focusing on the roll to roll manufacturing technology of functional films and printing electronic products, to help companies in this emerging field improve the technology and production capacity of printing electronics

printing electronics enables manufacturers to print electronic devices on materials such as plastics, which is expected to pave the way for the low cost of future products such as flexible displays, smart labels and smart clothing. The printing electronics market is expected to grow from US $9.4 billion in 2013 to US $76billion in three years for the experimental machine products developed by the manufacturers to provide installation assistance 02 to display experimental data and results

the project focuses on the following three application development of Printed Electronics: the first is to develop flexible transparent conductive film substitutes. At present, indium tin oxide (ITO) films and transparent conductors are the components for manufacturing flat panel displays, touch sensors, televisions, computer displays, tablet computers and smart phones. Recently, they visited the "Mother River" of Dunhuang - the upper reaches of the Dang river. However, their transparency is relatively low, they can not shape by heating, and are prone to cracks. The project will explore alternatives such as silver nanowires and other conductive polymer films

the second is to develop flexible printed lighting or organic electroluminescent lighting panels for display and building facades. These panels can be flexibly adjusted to custom shapes for easy installation and maintenance. They can also be superimposed to form high-resolution graphics and customized for large-area surface applications

the third is to develop flexible printed electrodes for capacitive multi-point touch sensing and printed antennas. Flexible printed electrodes can be used for near-field communication antennas of handheld portable devices, such as tablet computers and

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