3D Printing Electronics Conference

Pieter Hermans opening the 3D Printing Electronics Conference
Pieter Hermans opening the 3D Printing Electronics Conference

On January 24th the 3D Printing Electronics (3DPE) Conference was organised by Jakajima at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Approximately ninety people from The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Greece, Austria, Belgium, Norway, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United States attended the one-day event to learn more about the possibilities as well as the challenges of 3D printing electronics.

After a welcome word from moderator Pieter Hermans, Matchmaker for Innovators at Jakajima, the microphone was passed to Martin Hedges, Managing Director at Neotech AMT GmbH, who presented ‘Fully Additive – The Convergence of 3D Printing and 3D Printed Electronics’. Among many other things he talked about the key process variables for enabling a 3D printing process and discussed an automated process chain for 3D printed electronics.

Neotech AMT GmbH also had a stand at the 3D Printing Electronics Conference, where a variety of 3D printed electronics good be petted.

3D printed electronics at the Neotech AMT GmbH stand
3D printed electronics at the Neotech AMT GmbH stand

Further topics included the transition from 2D to 3D printed electronics and stretchable electronics using AM. A full retrospect about the event will be published in the upcoming edition of 3D fab+print magazine. Please get in contact when you wish to receive a print or digital copy of the magazine.