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Roll-to-roll printing processes for Orgaanic PV

CHEETAH WEBINAR

R2R-Roll to Roll processes for large area arbitrary shape organic photovoltaics panels and system integration processes towards functional flexible and 3D injection moulded applicationsCHEETAH Webinar

Dr. Jukka Hast 
Dr. Pälvi Apilo
Mr. Sami Ihme

23th  October  2017
12:00 –13:00 CEST

VTT - Technical Research Centre of Finland ltd.

 

In the field of electronic devices, Roll-to-roll processing, also known  reel-to-reel processing or R2R, is the process of creating electronic devices on a roll of flexible plastic or metal foil.  The goal of this  webinar is to introduce basic roll-to-roll printing processes used to manufacture arbitrary shape and decorative multicolor/semitransparent organic photovoltaics panels. In addition, roll-to-roll system integration processes to manufacture functional photovoltaic systems on flexible foils and further integrate them 3D application using roll-to-roll injection moulding.

General level topics that are included:

  • R2R printing processes for flexible large area OPV manufacturing (flexography printing, gravure printing, rotary screen printing, lamination).
  • R2R assembly and bonding processes towards flexible functional products including chip-on-flex and flex-on-flex interconnections processes
  • R2R injection moulding process towards implementation of 3D integrated PV products and systems. General process overview of printed decorative OPV modules/panels are presented.

Several demonstrator cases are introduced for example: Autonomous active RFID tag, OPV powered IoT sensor node as well as R2R overmoulded LED wristband and overmoulded flexible sensor and radio platform (process demonstrators).

VTT’s roll-to-roll printing technology video

Informations

Contacts to get more information on this event:

Dr. Jukka Hast VTT
Dr. Kartsen Bittkau,    FZ-Jülich
Dr. Franco Roca, ENEA


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Agenda

Time Title Speakers
HAST Jukka
IHME Sami
APILO Pälvi

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