DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/st6pp5/design) has announced the addition of the "Design Characteristics and Considerations for Flexible Substrates Short Course" report to their offering.
End products targeted for flexible, printed electronics include displays, photovoltaic cells, sensors and signage. But, building products on conformable substrates presents new market opportunities, as well as novel manufacturing challenges. Surfaces expand or shrink, repel or absorb moisture, and can sag or remain taut depending on the materials and manufacturing processes chosen.
Join subject matter experts from ArjoWiggins, Corning, DuPont Teijin Films and Lehigh University for an informative short course on conformable substrates. The intent is to provide a general background on substrates used in printed and/or flexible electronics manufacturing, their key characteristics, and near-term product applications.
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