Introduction to Inkjet PrintingFrom R&D to HVM

October 14, 2021 1 pm − 5 pm CEST

SUSS MicroTec and partners cordially invite you to join this free webinar to learn more about the unique capabilities of inkjet printing and the new ways this digital method of additive manufacturing offers.

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Inkjet Printing at a Glance - Introduction to Inkjet Printing from R&D to HVM

Inkjet printing, a well-developed technology in the graphical industry, found its way into functional printing. It is now used as a manufacturing technology for a large variety of products, even in electronics applications such as printed and flexible electronics, displays, OLED, sensors, PCB, semiconductor assembly, etc.


October 14, 2021 1 pm − 5 pm CEST

Each session will be followed by a 15 min Q&A.

Introduction to Inkjet Printing

Introduction to Inkjet Printing for R&D

1:15 pm - 2 pm

Inkjet, a relatively new technology that is well known for printing daily used items like photos, books, coffee cups but there is a new emerging revolution happening in the functional application field. Could inkjet be used here as well? In this presentation we dive into the world of printing and explore why functional inkjet printing is so interesting for future applications. You will surely be surprised about the manifold possibilities.

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Dennis Kuppens

Research & Development - Actual Applications and Devices

Inkjet Printing – a Tool for Multimaterial Additive Manufacturing

2 pm - 2:45 pm

The talk will provide an overview of the advances in multimaterial inkjet printing being made at Nottigham on our range of inkjet machinery and capability. This will cover elements of materials development and process changes to best provide a platform for new applications ranging from pharmaceuticals to 3D electronics.

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Christopher Tuck

Research & Development - Actual Applications and Devices

Inkjet Printing of Perovskite Solar Cells

2:45 pm - 3:30 pm

In this contribution, we report on our recent advances on non-contact inkjet-printed perovskite photovoltaics. Digital inkjet printing offers rapid deposition of perovskite absorber layers for large area perovskite absorber layers as well as perovskite solar cells of arbitrary shape and colourization. By adjusting the drop spacing of the inkjet printer cartridge, we demonstrate excellent control of the perovskite layer formation and perovskite layer thickness. Our digitally inkjet-printed triple junction perovskite solar cells reach record power conversion efficiencies > 18% for this fabrication technology.

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Ulrich W. Paetzold

Scaling up − Unique Selling Point of PiXDRO Technology

Beyond Prototyping, an Ink Maker Perspective

3:30 pm - 4:15 pm

The application of Inkjet in the industrial graphic space is now well established. In this talk, I will be highlighting the essential partnerships, and areas of crossover, which will enable the expansion of inkjet into the area of Industrial Inkjet Printing of Electronic Materials.

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Mike Pickrell

Transition from LP50 to Production Tools

Inkjet Printing – from LP50 to High Volume Manufacturing

4:15 pm - 4:35 pm

The LP50 with its versatile platform is dedicated for R&D work. However, scaling up for high volume production requires other capabilities, such as reliability, low cost of ownership or maintenance friendliness. In my talk I will focus on the particular demands of semiconductor industry and the solutions SUSS MicroTec already provides today.

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Vu Hoa Nguyen


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Peter de Vrieze