|We as a manufacturer of Printed electronics use methods to create electrical devices on various substrates. Which typically uses printing equipment suitable for defining patterns on material, such as screen printing, offset lithography, and inkjet.
We are specialized for this preparation of printed electronics, our printed electronics process applies ink layers one on another. So this becomes an initial task for coherent development of printing methods and ink materials. As Printed Electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of greater interest to industries as well as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media. It is improving existing electronics and electrics and allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been before. "Printing" for Electronics: Includes a Variety of Processes Inkjet, gravure, offset, flex, screen, Micro contact, imprinting, transfer printing, Dip-pen nano-lithography, Dry printing, Hot embossing, Laser processing, Stamping/die cutting, Slot-, dip-, spray-coating, R2R etching, photo-lithography, Lamination.
These electronics systems are components, which are produced by minimal cost coating, patterning, and printing. These processes usually requires solution process by inorganic or organic materials. Through this technology Printable electronics are usually fabricated at ambient temperature in contrast to conventional electronics which are usually processed on higher temperature which in return evaporates inorganic oxide substrates or thin film, which reduces capital and production costs enabling by the evolution of simpler processes to new product concepts. Printable electronics are referred to plastic, flexible, organic, polymer or thin film electronics all of which implies simpler integrated electronic products produced by solution processing, often by simple printing processes. Protolab Printable Electronics Center specializes in the advancement of the technology and is at the forefront of driving innovation and evolution in the industry.