On January 21, 2021, the 3D Printing Electronics Conference will take place, ONLINE only, because of the pandemic. “If an effective connection strategy will be discovered, probably all of us will shortly have a customized 3D printed electronic device to use in everyday life” says one of the speakers, Valentina Bertana, Post-Doc researcher, Politecnico di Torino.Continue reading “Press release: ONLINE 3D Printing Electronics Conference on January 21, 2021”
Eindhoven – Just like desktop 3D printers combined with software now allow non-engineers to operate them to their liking without any formal training,3D printed electronics will not only open the doors, but will completely remove the roof and enable one of the most impactful forms of creativity and innovation ever seen. 3D printed electronics will impact the future of sensors, printed circuit boards & semicon industry.
3D printing is affecting the way engineers design in the automotive industry. The technology is already used in the industry, currently mostly for plastic and metal spare parts. Additive manufacturing has opened the door for newer designs, safer products, shorter lead times and lower costs. Moreover, it will be an enabler for the automotive industry to adapt towards the new smart mobility requirements.
With 3D printed electronics, even more applications are in sight. Engineers can now design the electronics to fit a certain part, rather than designing parts around electronics as before. The design is no longer limited to flat printed circuit boards, things get three-dimensional. Furthermore, electronics can be printed using a variety of techniques- inkjet, analog, so there is a lot of room for innovation.Continue reading “3D Printed Electronics Hit the Road – An Overview of Automotive Industry Applications”