InnoPhysics has performed successful feasibility studies at the Holst Centre, and now is ready to go to market with its proprietary Digital-on-Demand PlasmaPrint hardware solution. They say that their technology enables software patterned surface functionalization, etching and deposition of functional coatings on thin (plastic) substrates.

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The proprietary InnoPhysics technology solution operates on a large variety of plastic substrates in ambient conditions, at room temperature and it provides flexibility in patterning, i.e. mask-less. As part of the go-to-market strategy, InnoPhysics is developing a PlasmaPrint toolkit integratable with existing table-top R&D print platforms.

In a joint effort Holst Centre and InnoPhysics have shown the feasibility of surface tension contrast patterning and printing as a valuable technology for the production of energy efficient OLEDs. This successful concept validation has led to a collaboration between Holst Centre and InnoPhysics to further develop the surface tension contrast patterning and printing method and explore a number of new processes to create patterns of functional materials on flexible substrates using the InnoPhysics technology.

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