News (LOPEC)

 
The impact of the coronavirus on the industry has reached new levels (photo: @amrothman – pixabay.com)

The news came Friday in the late afternoon: “Due to the increasing spread of COVID19 in Europe and based on the recommendation of the Bavarian State Government for trade fairs, Messe München feels compelled to cancel LOPEC in responsibility for the health of exhibitors and visitors,” stated a tweet by the organisers of the leading event for organic and printed electronics, which was scheduled to take place from 24-26 March.

 
Using robot-assisted inkjet printing, printed electronics on 3D surfaces can be integrated into serial production (photo: Biermann&Jung)

Printed electronics in 3D, also known as 3D structural electronics, equip all kinds of objects with additional electronic functions. LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry taking place in Munich, Germany, from 24 to 26 March 2020, will provide information about production processes, applications and the potential of the technology.

 
The Frontier DynaCoat (photo: Delta ModTech)

Delta ModTech (Minneapolis, Minnesota) offers converting and coating equipment solutions for manufacturing a variety of printed electronics parts. At its LOPEC stand in Munich (25-26 March), the company’s engineers will be on-site to discuss specific applications and challenges attendees are facing.

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