Posts Tagged: conductive ink

tactotek injection molded electronics

Several technology trends are coming together – digitally printed conductive inks, conductive adhesives for pick’n’place machines, ultra small LEDs and other electronic components – to make injection-molded structural electronics very interesting for the lighting industry.  The immediate application is obviously

tactotek injection molded electronics

Several technology trends are coming together – digitally printed conductive inks, conductive adhesives for pick’n’place machines, ultra small LEDs and other electronic components – to make injection-molded structural electronics very interesting for the lighting industry.  The immediate application is obviously

rohinni

Quick update on Idaho-based startup Rohinni, which I first posted two years ago. They seem to be making progress, albeit still in stealth mode on their product.  They have a full staff, full board, and new office.  Not much information on

rohinni

Quick update on Idaho-based startup Rohinni, which I first posted two years ago. They seem to be making progress, albeit still in stealth mode on their product.  They have a full staff, full board, and new office.  Not much information on

voxel8

Voxel8 is a Boston-based, Harvard spin-out startup that is integrating the printing of conductive materials directly into 3D printing. The future is pretty obvious at this point: I’ve previously mentioned conductive ink and 3D printing — combining the two is an obvious step

voxel8

Voxel8 is a Boston-based, Harvard spin-out startup that is integrating the printing of conductive materials directly into 3D printing. The future is pretty obvious at this point: I’ve previously mentioned conductive ink and 3D printing — combining the two is an obvious step

liquid metal stretchable electronics

Along similar lines of work such as John Rogers is working on: And here is the background (I believe) for the video: 29.02.16 – EPFL researchers have developed conductive tracks that can be bent and stretched up to four times their original

liquid metal stretchable electronics

Along similar lines of work such as John Rogers is working on: And here is the background (I believe) for the video: 29.02.16 – EPFL researchers have developed conductive tracks that can be bent and stretched up to four times their original

microsoft, mitsubishi, and 3m

Via Digital Arts: Microsoft demo’d a small research project showing how consumers may one day print and assemble electronics. What I found interesting were the two suppliers mentioned: Mitsubishi Imaging is Mitsubishi’s commercial printing division and they are now advertising a

microsoft, mitsubishi, and 3m

Via Digital Arts: Microsoft demo’d a small research project showing how consumers may one day print and assemble electronics. What I found interesting were the two suppliers mentioned: Mitsubishi Imaging is Mitsubishi’s commercial printing division and they are now advertising a

dalziel + pow

Via Core77:  A very fun interactive installation from retail design firm Dalziel + Pow at the 2015 London Retail Design Expo. Daziel + Pow silk screened Bare Conductive ink and graphics onto a plywood wall surface and used the Ototo capactive touch

dalziel + pow

Via Core77:  A very fun interactive installation from retail design firm Dalziel + Pow at the 2015 London Retail Design Expo. Daziel + Pow silk screened Bare Conductive ink and graphics onto a plywood wall surface and used the Ototo capactive touch

bosch rexroth – roll to roll plastic electronics

Without a doubt in my mind, the future for the lighting industry will be heavily based on roll-to-roll electronics assembly processes.  The use of individually assembled printed circuit boards makes little sense for many lighting applications, such as many common linear

bosch rexroth – roll to roll plastic electronics

Without a doubt in my mind, the future for the lighting industry will be heavily based on roll-to-roll electronics assembly processes.  The use of individually assembled printed circuit boards makes little sense for many lighting applications, such as many common linear