MGI’s CERADROP 3D Printing Subsidiary to Exhibit at Printed Electronics USA 2015 Conference & UC Berkeley Research Lab
CERADROP MGI will be exhibiting at the Printed Electronics USA 2015 Conference (Booth C12) and performing live production demonstrations of the X-Series digital deposition system. Following the conference, there will be a private presentation at the University of California Berkeley, Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences (EECS) Dept. Laboratory of Advanced 3D Electronic Printing. The Printed Electronics USA 2015 Conference will be hosted by IDTechEx at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California from November 18th-19th. The UC Berkeley EECS Lab tour will be held on November 20th.
Attendees will learn about exciting new scientific discoveries and emerging commercial applications for 3D printed electronics - and witness recent extraordinary Ceradrop developments in inkjet production processes. Discussion topics will include materials, methods and systems. Academic, government & business participants will receive key 3D Electronic Printing research insights, valuable technical knowledge and an introduction to Ceradrop technology.
During the UC Berkeley EECS lab tour, scientists will demonstrate how to put 3D Printed Electronics theory into practice via Ceradrop technology, educational presentations and audience Q&A. The tour will be hosted by Professor Vivek Subramanian, whose research has been focused on cost-effectively printing high-resolution micro-electronic circuitry and 2D/3D structural components with nano-particle materials, conductive metal inks, semiconductors and other bio-chemical formulations. The Ceradrop X-Series offers integrated functions for achieving application development goals from prototyping to full production.
MGI and Ceradrop also recently announced a joint venture with Agfa Specialty Products to create a new generation of industrial inkjet solutions for the Printed Electronics market based on MGI’s engineering expertise, Ceradrop’s technical innovation and Agfa’s renowned scientific research in conductive ink materials.