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SGIA's Printed Electronics & Membrane Switch Symposium at the Expo

Friday, September 07, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

This year, Printed Electronics & Membrane Switch Symposium attendees have the unique opportunity to really see it ALL in one place — at the 2012 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 18–20). Combined with the high-level Symposium programming, attendees will also have access to hundreds of specialty imaging exhibitors on the Expo floor, especially in the community-exclusive, expert-attended Industrial and Printed Electronics Zone.

“If you are going to the Symposium, know that there are also other learning opportunities in the Industrial and Printed Electronics Zone,” said Symposium chairman Neil Bolding, of MacDermid Autotype. “Very good process demonstrations and how-to topics are being presented, and they are effectively free to you, with your Symposium registration.”

This Expert Advice Zone is education-only including a theater and tabletop area to have informal conversations with experts. Zone presentations will include:

  • “Screen Tension for High Performance Applications”
  • “Trends Driving Growth in PTF Circuitry”
  • “The Critical Fundamentals of UV Curing Technology”
  • “Haptic and Other Sensory Feedback for Data Entry Devices”

With an expansive range of educational opportunities, Symposium attendees will receive two days of invaluable insight from industry experts about market trends, current technologies and future opportunities for a wide range of vertical markets and applications.

For more information about the Printed Electronics & Membrane Switch Symposium, and to register, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: PEMS.

 

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