High Tech Industry

Keiron: innovative printing technology for electronics and microlabs

Following years of research, TNO, working in collaboration with partners at the Holst Centre, is well advanced with a technology that raises the printing of microelectronics to a higher level. Laser based technology is a contactless, digital and laser-controlled technique for depositing both solid and liquid materials on any desired surface. This makes the technology useful for adding microelectronics to lab-on-a-chip applications too.