CERADROP, a MGI Group company, has supplied the Institute for Nanotechnology (INT), Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM) with one of its TurnKey Materials Deposition Inkjet Platform – CeraPrinter X-Serie. INT was officially established with the name of Laboratory for Nanotechnology (LNT) in September 2004 as an affiliated institution of VNUHCM. INT is dedicated to expand the domain of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology through exploration of new dimensions of knowledge and application of Nanotechnology into our casual life. The main research orientations of the Institute are in the area of Materials & Inkjet Printing Technology, Opto-electronic Materials and Devices, Materials & Environmental Sensors, Nano-materials, Fuel Cell.
CERADROP has provided such a prestigious Institution with its Advanced Modular-based CeraPrinter Equipment, offering an exclusive solution for the most challenging R&D projects.
"CERADROP expertise is focused on design and manufacturing of an innovative and versatile systems for Printed Electronics and Smart 3D Printing. We are proud to provide such the world famous actors with all-in-one Solution for Nanotechnologies implementation. Moreover, having participated at the International Workshop on Nanotechnology and Application - IWNA 2017, CERADROP has confirmed its strong expertise in Printed Electronics and strengthened its partnership for expansion of Asia market," stated Tim H. Luong, National Sales Manager at CERADROP.
"From its inception 13 years ago, the INT thinks that Vietnam needs to acquire knowledge and know-how in microfabrication. Among those technologies, inkjet printing is a recognized contender with many research activities underway. The interest of CeraPrinter X-Serie is that the building blocks for such multilayer flex are modular-based and it provides the flexibility to print the circuit exactly as desired while providing a tight control on the different layer thicknesses.
"CeraPrinter X-Serie is a perfect tool for materials testing and already showed the possibility to print RFID antennas at INT. The equivalent objects can be processed when the required higher resolution and placement accuracy of pL volume size droplets resolution on various substrates," noted Prof. Dang Mau Chien, Director of the Institute for Nanotechnology (INT), Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM).