Bringing 3D Printed Electronics into Mass Production – Lessons Learned

Wednesday, March 1st, 11 am EST

This webinar will describe the use of Optomec’s Aerosol Jet 3D printing technology as a mass production solution at LITEON Mobile Mechanical for Smartphone antenna, sensors and other printed electronic devices. Electronically functional inks, substrate materials, the printing process and results, environmental testing and performance of printed devices will be covered. Additionally, we will discuss the motivations for the use of Printed Electronics as a manufacturing solution. The talk will highlight challenges and lessons learned bringing Aerosol Jet into mass production.

Why Attend:

LITEON Mobiles’ two-year journey from idea to mass production provides many valuable lessons that can be used to accelerate deployment of 3D Printed Electronics technology at other companies within the electronics industry. In this webinar, you will learn how LITEON Mobile overcame implementation challenges to successfully deploy an additive manufacturing process operating 24x7 producing millions of 3D Printed electronic devices.

Mike O’Reilly, Director, Aerosol Jet Product Leader, Optomec Inc.

Henrik Johansson, Senior Manager of Antenna Technology Development, LITEON Mobile Mechanical

David Savastano, Editor, Printed Electronics Now



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  • Adhesives, Barriers & Encapsulants
  • Chemicals, Metals & Powders
  • Basic Chemicals
  • Inks & Coatings
  • Contract Manufacturing Services
  • Electronic Materials
  • Energy Curing Equipment
  • Film, Paper & Substrates
  • Lab & Testing Equipment
  • Manufacturing Equipment
  • Quantum Dots
  • Printed Electronic Components
  • Printing Equipment
  • Product Design & Testing
  • Research & Consulting
  • Semiconductors
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