Category Archives: printed electronics

The Curmudgeon relocates


After three years and 262 posts of “The Converting Curmudgeon” Blog here on WordPress and on the CONVERTING QUARTERLY¬† Website, all new future posts will appear exclusively on the CQ site. Feel free to peruse past posts for a wealth … Continue reading

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How flexography will impact UV-LED curing, barrier coatings & printed electronics — and vice versa


The Emerging Trends session at last week’s FTA Forum in San Diego once again hit on the top technologies likely to significantly impact flexographic printing in the years ahead. This Converting Curmudgeon bullet-point review covers the presentations on UV-LED curing … Continue reading

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2013FLEX for all things “flexible, printed” in electronics


The 2013 Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference & Exhibition, affectionately also known as “FLEX,” is set for next week (Jan. 29-Feb.1 in Phoenix, AZ). The industry showcase for innovation in flexible and printed electronics, applications and manufacturing, organized by the … Continue reading

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