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PHOTONIC SOLDERING ENABLES FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS INTEGRATION

  • Nov 09, 18
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Photonic soldering, using PulseForge® tools, is being developed in a partnership with Holst Centre (Eindhoven, Netherlands) and NovaCentrix (Austin, TX).

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PHOTONIC FLASH-ANNEALING OF LEAD HALIDE PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS IN 1 MS

  • Jun 08, 18
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An extremely fast annealing technique for mixed-halide perovskite solar cells is presented. Using photonic flash sintering, we have demonstrated that a spin-coated perovskite precursor may be fully annealed in as little as 1 ms.

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ARDUINOS PRINTED UTILIZING NOVACENTRIX METALON® HPS-FG77 CONDUCTIVE SILVER INK

  • Feb 27, 18
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San Jose, Calif.—NextFlex®, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute, today announced it has successfully proven the robustness of the FHE manufacturing process, producing multiple functional samples of a flexible Arduin

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HONG KONG RESEARCHERS USES METALON® JS-B25HV TO CREATE PRINTED SUPERCAPACITORS

  • Oct 12, 17
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Supercapacitors are an excellent choice for devices that require large number of rapid charging/ discharging cycles.

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RESEARCHERS PROCESS PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS AT RAPID SPEEDS USING PULSEFORGE® PHOTONIC CURING

  • Sep 26, 17
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3rd generation photovoltaics such as Perovskite Solar Cells show great potential in simultaneously increasing power efficiencies as well as bringing down manufacturing costs as compared to conventional wafer based photovoltaics.

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UC BERKELEY UTILIZES NOVACENTRIX METALON® CONDUCTIVE INKS FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

  • Sep 21, 17
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Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley are designing wearable printed electronics that will simplify MRI scans for children.

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METALON JS-B25P USED FOR 3D HILBERT-CURVE FRACTAL PRINTED ANTENNAS ON PAPER

  • Aug 30, 17
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"Inkjet-printed 3D Hilbert-curve fractal antennas for VHF band" by Memon et al: Other members of the JS family of inks are also extensively used for scientific research.

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JS-B40G INKJET INK USED IN PRINTING OF HIGH PERFORMANCE TRANSISTORS WITH MICRON ORDER CHEMICALLY SET GAPS

  • Aug 15, 17
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NovaCentrix Metalon® JS-B40G was used by researchers from UT-Austin to show 100% inkjet printed transistors with channel lengths in the range of 300 nm to 2m .

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RESEARCHERS USING JS-B40G SILVER INK TO PRINT MULTI-LAYER STRUCTURES WITH APPLICATIONS IN OPTOELECTRONICS

  • Jul 27, 17
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Inkjet printing of electronics provides a quick pathway to test prototypical devices and structures.

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WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT PHOTONIC CURING AND PRINTED ELECTRONICS

  • Mar 03, 17
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