Free Zoom Webinar

JetPack Deep Dive: Empowering inkjet R&D for material validation and electronics applications.

A tool for jettability testing and material characterization, JetPack is the key to unlocking the full potential of inkjet material development and empower new applications.

From jetting behavior verification to custom waveform design and jetting parameter optimization, JetPack gives researchers and material developers the ability to explore materials never before jetted.

In this webinar, we'll provide an overview of our technology, illustrating the potential of inkjet and showcasing its most promising electronic applications.

Join us for an insightful discussion with Shahzad Khan to discover how the JetPack empowers electronics R&D and more.

/ 11 April 2024 14:00 CET
/ 30 min presentation + Q&A

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Webinar Contents

  • What are the benefits of inkjet and how can high viscosity empower material exploration?

    Discover the benefits of inkjet, such as multi-material and
    multi-layers capabilities, reduced waste and energy consumption, and more, and learn why high viscosity is key when exploring novel materials.
  • What is the NovoJetTM JetPack?

    JetPack is the key to unlocking the full potential of inkjet material development and empower electronic applications.
    In this webinar, we’ll illustrate how JetPack works and how researchers can start to test, characterize, and validate materials in a fully digitized process. 
  • Electronics Applications & Wider Ranges of Materials

    By enabling researchers and manufacturers to explore wider ranges of materials, JetPack opens new possibilities for printed electronics. From material repair (2D) to wafer coating and more, we’ll showcase the most promising electronic applications and reveal how inkjet is transforming their manufacturing processes. 
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Shahzad Khan
Business Development Director at Quantica

PhD, Electronics Engineering and Computer Science (Specialized in Mechatronics Engineering)