Like many companies on the cutting edge of technology, NovaCentrix headed to the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month to get the pulse of the macro-trends driving new opportunities and innovations.
“We can’t even imagine what products will be on the market, built by what technologies, 10 years from now,” said Stan Farnsworth, NovaCentrix’s VP Marketing. And yet, NovaCentrix has been peering into the crystal ball and taking calculated risks on where the market might be for the past 16 years.
NovaCentrix is the Diamond Sponsor for CPES2016. Today, the company is widely respected in the printable, flexible and organic electronics industries for its Metalon conductive inks, and even more so as a pioneer in photonic curing tools under its PulseForge brand.
PulseForge tools are used to dry, sinter or anneal thin-film materials on substrates, including papers and plastics that can’t take the high heat required by other curing processes. Photonic curing saves product material costs, reduces processing time and increases throughput.
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