New ISS facility aims to promote printable electronics
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By News Desk
16 July 2012
ISS programme manager Bela Green says the 'flexible set-up can significantly benefit companies looking to capitalise on printable electronics'
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has announced the completion of its £2 million Integrated Smart Systems (ISS) facility in Sedgefield, UK. The ISS line has been developed to 'deliver interactive electronic functionality in a traditional pressroom environment', says CPI.
Based at CPI's National Printable Electronics Centre, the ISS facility aims to prove that printed electronics are capable of being produced on commercially available equipment, for applications including POS materials, toys and games, smart packaging and intelligent sensors. The 'open access' centre offers multiple printing techniques on its Nilpeter press, and can produce prototypes and demonstration units as well as performing pilot production and scalable process development.
ISS programme manager Bela Green, says: "There is almost a limitless number of applications for interactive print, and as an open access facility the ISS line represents an excellent opportunity for clients to become familiar with the technology before being trained on how to implement it."
CPI adds that it is running a free workshop on July 19th for SMEs based in the north-east of England to introduce them to the ISS facility and explains its potential. Those wishing to attend can register at www.uk-cpi.com/events.
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