Sensor Films has announced the StarT System, a new entry-level simulator tool designed to test and validate industrial inkjet printing of functional and decorative inks using dual Xerox® M-Series™ print heads at 300, 600 and 1200 dpi, enabling customers to transition their screen and pad printing operations to high speed, high volume production of functional and decorative devices using the award-winning Starlight Digital Inkjet Manufacturing Platform. See the StarT data sheet here.
Sensor Films has announced that its award-winning Starlight Digital Inkjet Manufacturing Platform features three system configurations enabling modular design capabilities for advanced manufacturing of functional and decorative devices, including the Starlight 1000SI system for Digital Masking, Patterning and Etching; the Starlight 1000/2000/4000UV system for High Speed UV Printing with one, two or four ink sets; and the Starlight 3000FHE system for three-ink additive manufacturing of Flexible Hybrid Electronics. See the Systems here.
Four months after the debut of its first product, SFI has won an international award for innovation….
Sensor Films Inc. receives national recognition for flexible electronics innovation
Starlight Digital Manufacturing Platform enables a modular approach to flexible and hybrid electronic manufacturing
Rochester, New York (March 14, 2016) – Four months following the debut of its first product – the Starlight Digital Manufacturing Platform – Sensor Films, Inc. (SFI) has been named winner of the 2016 FLEXI Innovation Award for outstanding design and ingenuity in flexible electronics manufacturing.
Sensor Films Inc. announces new manufacturing platform for high through put digital deposition of decorative and functional materials on various substrates.
Sensor Films Incorporated (SFI) today announced the availability of a versatile manufacturing system for high volume digital deposition of decorative graphic and functional materials on flexible, porous and rigid substrates.
Sensor Films Inc. signs agreement with Xerox to jointly build manufacturing equipment for flexible touch sensors and transparent electronic circuits for printable electronics market.
ROCHESTER, NY, March 3, 2015 – Sensor Films Incorporated (SFI) and Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today announced an agreement to develop and bring to market advanced manufacturing solutions for the high volume production of touch sensors using polymer-based transparent conductive films.