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2014 SGIA/FlexTech Printed Electronics Symposium is Almost Here

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Printed electronics professionals prepare for the tailor-made event

Fairfax, VirginiaThe 2014 Printed Electronics Symposium (Las Vegas, October 21–22) is must-attend event for the printed and flexible electronics industry, and both speakers and attendees are gearing up for the comprehensive educational program that’s just a few days away.

“Ideas abound for new applications for printed electronics,” noted Ross Bringans, Vice President of PARC, a Xerox Company, and a conference keynoter. “I am looking forward to presenting our view to the attendees at the event. This particular audience is very interesting for us as technology developers — as applying the high volume, web-based manufacturing featured at the SGIA Expo can be a key enabler for lowering the manufacturing costs for electronics — the gating factor for many, many applications.”

The Symposium is unlike any other event for this niche sector of the specialty imaging industry. Attendees will get one-on-one time with top industry experts, as well as hear the latest trends and technologies during the two-day, highly educational event. Session topics include:

  • Enabling Applications In Printed Electronics
  • Optimizing Flexo for Printed Electronics
  • Curing/Drying of Solvent, UV and UV-LED Screen Inks
  • Flexible Displays and Touch Sensors: Moving Beyond Flat and Curved
  • Meeting ISO and Regulatory Requirements for Vendor Supplied Materials and Equipment
  • And more

After the Symposium, attendees will still have two full days to explore the SGIA Expo, including admittance to the Printed Electronics & Industrial Reception for unbeatable opportunities to expand their business network.

It’s not too late! Register* now to attend to this excellent event for the printed electronics community.

*Registration is facilitated through the SGIA Expo registration system.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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