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Stamping Nanomaterial onto Flexible Surfaces

Nanotube Stamping Method

How do you know if the coffee in your to go mug is ready to drink without trying and maybe burning your lips? Do you have an idea if you can still eat the meat in your fridge even if the expiration date is already exceeded? Actual there is no practicable answer but nanotubes stamps could bring the solution! Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a stamping process that involves carbon nanotubes which might cost-effectively print electronic ink onto almost any surface – whether rigid or flexible.

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Future Links September 16th 2014

Today our news roundup from the printing industry covers another Stratasys acquisition, DNA technology as brand protection, a new solution in 3D printing hydrogels, a webinar on flexible displays and sensors, braille printing on packaging, offset and digital joining together and ‘Print The Legend’s trailer.

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Future Links CW 10: Future Technologies Edition

What does the future of printing technologies look like? With our future links we provide exciting insights covering topics such as liquid nano printing, silver nanowires for printed electronics, stretchable circuits made by inkjet printers, curved displays for iPhone 8 and the scalable production of conductive graphene inks.

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Future Links August 13th 2015

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature Memjet’s lawsuit against HP, Kodak’s plans for a Jersey newspaper printer, Vivasa’s light diffusing filament, Stratasys’s report on 3D printing in manufacturing, a field-test with a 3D printed replacement part by the Chinese army, new technology for beverage packaging and new research into the surprising characteristics of cellulose.

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Future Links April 2nd 2015

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature Lumejet’s high-resolution printing process for electronics, smart packaging options, Sappi’s new specialty carton board, Konica Minolta’s fast black-and-white printers, a study of the global labeling market, ways to collaborate across the supply chain and Avery Dennison’s recycling program for label matrix waste.

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