The exciting world of 3D printing is evolving quickly and as it does, novel solutions are becoming available. The 3D printing of electronics, for example, is becoming an important feature for product developers.
3D printing electronics enables functional elements, such as switches and sensors, to be integrated into 3D printed products. Moving from 2D to 3D printed electronics facilitates the development of new opportunities and applications.
On the 24th of January 2017, thought leaders on 3D printing electronics gather in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, to share their expertise and knowledge at the fourth edition of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference that is organised by Jakajima.
The program of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference, includes presentations on:
• The integration of 3D electronics in lighting products
• 3D printing as a gamechanger in opthalmics
• The convergence of 3D printing and 3D printing electronics
The third edition – which was organised on January 19th 2016 – attracted over eighty international delegates. You should definitely attend this year’s edition when you are a decision maker in the industrial value chain, a manager of (high tech) suppliers and subcontractors, procurement manager, design or engineering expert, a professionals involved in developing electronic products, or simply curious about new developments in the 3D-printing industry.