Posted on April 5, 2016 by AM Referent Plasma Innovations, Michael Bisges
Electronics meets mechanics – 3D electronics printing for components manufactured using AM
Erfurt, April 2016: Until now, Additive Manufacturing processes and 3D Printing have focused mainly on the manufacture of geometrically complex, mechanical components made of plastic, metal or ceramic. Rapid.Tech’s new “Electronic Engineering” trade forum will for the first time showcase and discuss 3D Printing of electronic components and conductor tracks on any substrate.
Michael Bisges from Plasma Innovations GmbH will introduce digital direct metallisation as a new approach for circuit boards. This process uses digital design data to enable electrical circuits and conductor tracks to be applied directly and inline to the surface of virtually any material.