Enabling Printed Electronics

The promise of printed electronics is advanced energy functionality at low cost, often on flexible substrates, produced by additive print methods.  Flexible or printed light-weight solar cells, batteries, displays, sensors, RFID - while some of these advanced devices are already on the market, more are in development.  To enable development and manufacturing of this next generation of electronics devices, NovaCentrix offers state-of-the-art photonic curing tools, materials, and expertise. 

PulseForge® photonic curing tools: High-Temperature Processing on Low-Temperature Materials™.

SimPulse® Photonic Curing Simulation

Metalon® conductive inks: material options for the print possibilities

Nanoparticles: We offer nanopowders, specializing in silver and aluminum

See the new PulseForge 1200 in action

What is Photonic Curing?

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  • Nano tech 2014
    January 2014
    Tokyo Big Sight, Japan

  • Forum "Be Flexible"
    November 2013
    Munich, Germany

  • Swiss – ePrint
    November 2013
    Basel, Switzerland

    Exhibiting, Presenting
  • Printed Electronics USA
    November 2013
    Santa Clara, CA

    Exhibiting, Presenting
  • Print 13: Future Print with FlexTech Alliance
    September 2013
    Chicago, IL

  • Press Release

    April 2013
    Mühlbauer and NovaCentrix enter long-term collaboration
  • Press Release

    May 2012
    NovaCentrix Launches New PulseForge Model at drupa 2012
  • Press Release

    July 2010
    NovaCentrix® Wins 2010 R&D 100 Award for Low Cost Metalon® ICI Copper Conductive Ink
  • Press Release

    August 2011
    DuPont MCM Advances PE Development Efforts by Employing NovaCentrix PulseForge Tools