Researchers Print Paper Display

by Tom Allen

Researchers from Turkey’s Bilkent University have developed a prototype display, which is printed on normal paper. The display uses graphene ink and is, of course, flexible and foldable. Forming optoelectronic devices on paper is …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Graphene| Inks| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 22

Clearink and Jinfu’s JV Brings ePaper to New Places

by Tom Allen

Clearink Displays and Suzhou Jinfu have established a joint venture in Shanghai, to commercialise Clearink’s reflective display technology. It will be used for ePaper applications in China. The joint venture will address both established …

Tags:China| Inks| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Production| Vol 23 - Issue 20

OLED Displays Will Dominate Printed Electronics

by Tom Allen

Raghu Das hosted the Printed Electronics keynote at the event. IDTechEx has worked in this space since 2001, and believes that it is now a $24.2 billion industry – including organic and flexible electronics. …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Inks| Large Display Monitor| Lighting| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Printed Electronics| Printed Electronics Conference 2016 (Berlin)| Reflective Display| Vol 23 - Issue 18

Printed Electronics Shown Off at LOPEC

by Tom Allen

A new electronic ink for inkjet printing, from DuPont Advanced Materials, is said to offer the high conductivity and strong adhesion required for digital design, prototyping and rapid manufacturing. It will be able to …

Tags:DuPont| Germany| Inks| ITRI| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Printed Electronics| Vol 23 - Issue 13

Printing Money

by David Barnes

MakerBot announced another 20% workforce reduction last week. Despite a cult-like following among the DYI crowd (digital do-it-yourselfers), the 3D printer maker seems to be having trouble realizing the business plan it inked. This …

Tags:CPT| Inks| LCD Fabs| LTPS TFT| Oxide TFTs| Vol 22 - Issue 41