3rd April 2018
Intrinsiq Materials Develop Copper Ink for Optomec’s Aerosol Jet Direct Write Print Systems Capable of Achieving 2X Bulk Resistivity.
16th March 2018
“The Materials Research Exchange 2018 event attracted over 1300 delegates, 75 speakers and 70 exhibitors. The event was proud to showcase the richness of UK materials research and innovation and provided an ideal opportunity to absorb current trends and future innovations”
Dr. Shavini Wijesuriya of Intrinsiq Materials presented at the Materials Research Exchange event on the 13th March 2018, and exhibited with Mr. Glenn Shackleford, over the 12th – 13th March at Booth 65.
Our conductive copper inks and pastes were of great interest and was discussed with many delegates. Further interest was shown in the capacitive touch sensor demonstrator for the INSPIRED Project, incorporating Intrinsiq’s unique copper conductors, laser patterned by M-Solv, and sensor design by TouchnetiX, all consortium members. Lord Haskel, Deputy Speaker of House of Lords and whom officially opened MRE2018 also found the unique touch sensor of interest.
The SURFAS project was also discussed with delegates due to the exciting challenge of producing a device for RF Energy Harvesting to power autonomous devices such as smoke alarms and WiFi boosters.
Intrinsiq Materials would like to thank all those whom showed interest in our company, with our conductive copper inks and pastes for printed electronics, potential collaborators and partners, we look forward to hearing from you further, if you have any further information requirements or missed us on the day please Contact us to see how we can help your business or project.
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5th March 2018
Intrinsiq’s CEO Robert Nead at IPC Apex San Diego – February 2018
8th Jan 2018
Intrinsiq’s Sales Director Dr Ian Clark at Munich, Berlin IDTechEx 2017
23rd May 2017
Intrinsiq Materials presents at Flex Monterey
A high interest was seen recently at Flex Monterey on June 21st 2017 with Dr Michael Carmody’s topic on “Advancements in printing nano copper based manufacturing processes”.
The conductors II session 12 was well attended, and the presentation was well received by the audience.
Highlights of the talk was additive processing of copper pastes and inks, Molex ASEP Process step with printed copper on stamped components, Ultra-thin copper slot die film processing with NovaCentrix photonic sintering, Flexible low Tg substrate screen printing and sintering utilising Heller industries conveyor ovens as well as Conformal 3D printing by Optomec jetting and laser 808nm sintering.
For the full presentation please download here NextFlex Monterey presentation 2017
For further information on Intrinsiq Materials processes please Contact us
23rd May 2017
Intrinsiq Materials is now a member of the (CPEIA)
To find out more please follow this link http://www.cpeia-acei.ca
19th May 2017 – Press Release
Ultra-Thin Printed Copper-Clad Polyimide using Photonic Sintering for HDI Applications
May 8, 2017: Rochester, NY: Intrinsiq Materials, Rochester, NY. has partnered with Austin-based NovaCentrix to create a high-performance, low cost, copper-clad polyimide achieved without the use of adhesives or time-consuming sputtering. These thin layers cannot be produced by traditional lamination processes.
To read more see the full press release here Intrinsiq Novacentrix Press Release – 7 May 2017
28th April 2017
Dr. Michael Carmody of Intrinsiq Materials will now be Speaking at FLEX 2017 Monterey Peninsula on California’s Pacific coastline on Wednesday 21st June 2017, Session 12 Conductors II, on the topic of; Advancements in Printing Nano Copper and Using Existing Copper Based Manufacturing Processes.
For more info please see the official website:
8th March 2017
Dr. Tom Wildsmith will be speaking on
Working with Innovate UK and Metamaterials
Industrial Application of Metamaterials – A UK Strategy
A KTN Event in partnership with Innovate UK
Metamaterials are artificially structured materials used to control and manipulate light, sound, and many other physical phenomena. The properties of metamaterials are derived both from the inherent properties of their constituent materials, as well as from the geometrical arrangement of those materials. Though there are many structures that qualify as metamaterials, the most common is that of an arrangement of elements whose size and spacing is much smaller relative to the scale of spatial variation of the exciting field.
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining, Euston Road, London, United Kingdom
For more information please visit the official site