PV Nano Cell to Exhibit at ITAP 2019


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PV Nano Cell, Ltd., an innovative provider of inkjet-based conductive digital printing solutions and producer of conductive digital inks, today announced it will be exhibiting in ITAP -Industrial Transformation Asia-Pacific, a leading trade event for Industry 4.0! October 22-24 in Singapore Expo (https://www.industrial-transformation.com/). Visit booth 1H02.

PV Nano Cell will demonstrate in the exhibition the wide range of applications served by showing many examples of printed products from industries such as: IoT, automotive, solar, PCB, flexible electronics, medical, RF and more. The company will present its complete solution offering for the printed electronics, mass-production applications. AS we reported recently the company will also discuss its new DemonJet Pro – low volume manufacturing printer offering camera-based registration and software automation. Latest ink developments will be presented as well, such as the recently launched new and unique ink development for the growing and promising application of LIFT (laser induced forward transfer) that is now incorporated in the Sigma-Aldrich catalog.

PV Nano Cell has designed & implemented a complete solution, additive manufacturing, approach that allows customers to fully realize the potential of inkjet based, electronics printing for mass production applications. PV Nano Cell’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Fernando de la Vega, commented, “We are very active in Europe & North America and are looking to increase our presence in the Far East. Singapore is well known for being a tech hub and we look forward to discussing our value proposition with new customers and business partners."

PV Nano Cell’s Chief of Business Development Officer, Hanan Markovich commented, "We are delighted to have been selected by NAMIC - National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Clusters to co-exhibit at ITAP. NAMIC accelerates Singapore’s industrial adoption of additive manufacturing and therefore there is great synergy with PV Nano Cell's additive manufacturing solutions for digitally printed electronics. Our complete solution approach offers a cost-effective, flexible and clean manufacturing alternative to the existing technologies used today. We expect our additive manufacturing solution to offer new and of great value to the visitors of the exhibition."

About PV Nano Cell, Ltd.

PV Nano Cell (PVN) offers the first-ever complete solution for mass-produced inkjet based, printed electronics. The proven solution includes PVN’s proprietary Sicrys, silver-based conductive inks, inkjet production printers and the complete printing process. The process includes ink properties' optimization, printer’s parameters setup, printing modifications & tailored printing instructions per application. In the heart of PVN’s value proposition lies its unique and patented conductive silver and coper inks - Sicrys. Those are the only inks made of Single Nano Crystals – which allows the inks to have the highest stability and throughput required to drive optimal mass-production results for wide range of applications. PVN’s solutions are used all over the world in a range of digital printing applications including: photovoltaics, printed circuit boards, flexible printed circuits, antennas, sensors, heaters, touchscreens and other.  

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