The Future of Printed Electronics

PRESS RELEASE

At Printed Electronics Europe 2006, it was revealed that inorganic electronic inks and materials are becoming more important. Printed electronics factories cost under $10 million and produce products in two to three days, whereas silicon chip factories cost at least $1 billion and cannot produce products in less than two to three months.

Many delegates represented companies intending to enter the field or are relatively new to the field. Topics discussed at the conference included inorganic semiconductors and printing high-mobility small molecules via precursors.

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