Port Orchard, WA. - Quoin Communications announces the availability of the much anticipated "Printing Electronics: Applications of Nanotechnology & Microtechnology in Printing and the Graphic Arts" by James E. Harvey, president of Media4theWorld, LLC. Harvey, who is responsible for the creation of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) MicroTech conference and online forum, provides the definitive description of brand-new opportunities for printers and graphic arts technology providers in the printing of displays and logic devices.
This 48-page report includes a history of nanotechnology, identifies all the opportunities available to graphic arts companies, catalogs what has been achieved to date, and identifies the players. . .and provides contact information as well. Printing Electronics profiles some pioneering printers already engaged in this field, and offers practical advice for production and quality control considerations unique to this new form of printing. A discussion of candidate materials currently in development is given, as well as explanations of how a transistor, for example, could be printed on commercial printing equipment.
"By some estimates, this industry may mature in the next few years at $150 billion of revenue per year," says Harvey, "but there are electronics companies also pursuing some of these ideas and they aren't necessarily inviting printers and graphic arts companies to the party. The opportunity is there, but you have to get smart and go after it. In a market that is stagnate or even shrinking, the top-line potential of printing electronics cannot be ignored."
Printing Electronics will provide executives and managers with an understanding of the issues and provides the contacts and resource references that staff members can use to take action. Priced at only $199 plus shipping, printers and graphic arts companies can order their copies today at www.quoinpublishing.com.
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