During the Week of Miniaturisation Sirris will demonstrate the Aerosol Jet Printing

How do you print a circuit or a sensor on your products? The answer is: AJP (Aerosol Jet Printing) ! To showcase this innovative technology and its benefits, Sirris Microfabrication AppLication Lab (SMALL) will be holding a number of exhibition sessions on 7 October as part of the Week of Miniaturisation (6 - 10 October 2014).

Aerosol jet printing is an innovative method for the selective deposition of materials at micron-scale onto all types of substrate – flat, non-flat, flexible or 3D. It has a broad range of applications, from electronics to medical.

The key features and benefits of the technology are:

  • high resolution (~ 10 µm)
  • fully compatible with thermal sensitive substrates
  • can be used with a wide range of deposition materials 

Want to find out what you could do with AJP? Come to our exhibition sessions on Tuesday, 7 October! 

If you can't make this date, don't worry. You can call in at the SMALL-Lab any day of the Week of Miniaturisation, which runs from 6 to 10 October. Our experts will be there to talk to you and explain the technologies available in the Lab. 

Can't attend the event in person? No problem. Take the virtual tour on Thursday, 9 October, between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., and/or put your questions to the experts during a chat session

Click here to discover the many benefits of miniaturisation for your products.