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Printable, flexible and hybrid electronics sector

Varitron acquires XCELSIA Technologies

Dec. 4, EP&T: Varitron has acquired Mirabel, QC-based XCELSIA Technologies, a manufacturing services provider specializing in electronic circuit assembly. Varitron will absorb XCELSIA’s 15 employees along with its Mirabel facility, which will be dedicated to...

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apmaTEC calls for autonomous tech proposals for autos

The apmaTEC, an initiative led by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA) and the Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), is seeking technology proposals from Ontario SMEs as it equips a fleet of connected and autonomous vehicles. Application...

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Nano Dimension looking to expand with $28.8M Nasdaq offering

Nov. 22, 3D Printing Industry.com: Nano Dimension is looking to raise nearly $30M in funding, after the Israeli 3D printing company said in an SEC filing it would raise the money "to expedite our growth and to further advance our breakthrough technologies and...

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Powering FHE: The case for thin, printed, flexible batteries

October 31, Printed Electronics World: As FHE and related technologies become more mainstream, the need to power flexible electronics with thin, printed, and flexible batteries that last longer has become more and more important. Battery technology has long been a...

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C2MI to add stealth dicing to its capabilities

Sept. 8, EPT.ca: C2MI, a center of excellence for advanced packaging and microsystems in Bromont, Que., will add new equipment to allow for stealth dicing, a laser-based technique for cutting up silicon wafers, after acquiring a fully automatic DFL 7340 laser saw from...

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Brewer Science announces RDL-first fan-out packaging material

Sept. 3, Solid State Technology: Brewer Science recently announced its latest products, which includes additions to the BrewerBOND group of temporary bonding materials and the first iteration of its BrewerBUILD line of thin spin-on packaging materials. The company's...

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