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Nano-ink for printed circuits

I reported previously (see here) on at least three Israeli companies that have developed ink for miniaturized electric circuits.  Here is another – Israel’s PV Nano Cell has just received a Japanese patent for its silver nano particles ink, which … Continue reading

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Nano Dimension to open new factory

I’ve reported (here) on Israel’s Nano Dimension and its amazing nano-inks and 3D printers.  It is to open a new production facility, co-located at its HQ in Ness Ziona, that will increase its commercial growth. http://www.nano-di.com/investor-news/nano-dimension-to-open-new-ink-production-facility

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Bionic implant to restore sight

Israel’s Inomize has teamed up with Israel’s Nano-Retina to help build the tiny integrated circuits (ASICs) for Nano-Retina’s Bio-Retina. The implant is designed to restore sight to those suffering from retinal degenerative diseases such as AMD. http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170117005657/en/Inomize-Helping-Eye-Impaired http://blogthinkbig.com/nanoretina-the-bionic-device-that-restores-sight-available-in-just-two-years/ https://www.youtube.com/embed/_KqOiFxzL3I?rel=0

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What will they print next?

I reported previously (Jun 5) about Israeli research into bio-ink that could potentially print human organs.  Now two Israeli companies, Nano Dimension and Accelta have successfully lab-tested a proof-of-concept 3D bio-printer.  It may even be able to print stem cells! … Continue reading

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$25 million for 3D metal printing

Israel’s XJet (see Dec newsletter) has just received a $25 million investment to help fund its unique 3D inkjet printing technology for liquid metal.  The XJet system uses nanoparticles in liquid suspension to build metal parts without the need for … Continue reading

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3D electronics printing

Israel’s Nano Dimension is developing a desktop-sized 3D printer that prints electrical circuit boards.  It uses silver nano-particle processes developed by Hebrew University Professor Shlomo Magdassi to produce insulating and conductive inks for the circuits.  Maybe one day you will … Continue reading

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Cheap electronic circuits

(Thanks to Atid-EDI) Yissum, the Research and Development Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has developed low-cost oxidation-resistant copper nano-inks. They can replace expensive silver inks that make up circuits in RFID-tags, solar cells, sensors and electrodes for displays. … Continue reading

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Digital printing – a whole new industry

Two Israeli companies are revolutionising printing technologies, as highlighted at the drupa print media fair in Dusseldorf. Landa has developed super-efficient, high quality nanometric ink. And Objet’s 3D polymer sprays can produce products direct from your printer. http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/docview.asp?did=1000746405&fid=1724

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