SonoPlot’s Microlotter line of precision micro-printers paired with Xerox’s line of silver nanoparticle conductive inks, semiconducting polymers, and dielectric coatings provide a complete solution for a wide range of printable electronics products. As part of this interaction, the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) is providing custom ink packages that can be printed using SonoPlot’s highly flexible Microplotters to develop everything from sensors to transistors.
SonoPlot and Xerox's Material Science division are working together, providing a full solution to the printable electronics market. SonoPlot brings extensive expertise in high precision micro-printing while Xerox provides a rich array of materials combining for an ideal package to print conductive inks, polymers, nanotubes and graphene solutions.
“We are very pleased to work with Xerox to deliver the building blocks our customers need to build the next generation of printable electronics,” said Brad Larson, CEO of SonoPlot. “Our customers are developing innovative products and this partnership adds to their ability to bring these to market.”
SonoPlot’s portfolio of GIX Microplotters allow customers to create and iterate design alternatives quickly accelerating time to production or perform key research. Xerox's catalog of materials enable these customers to find the ideal characteristics required for their projects.
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