Combining electronic elements with high-precision printing, hybrid electronics produces substrates that are both operational and flexible. This marriage promises to support ground-breaking manufacturing applications across multiple industries.
The physical flexibility enabled by hybrid electronics allows electronic devices to be used in places with unique shapes such as buildings, cars, airplanes, and even the human body. This means that fields dedicated to monitoring physical vital signs, the state of transportation vehicles, and operational safety will be revolutionized.
Industry predictions project that hybrid electronics will support low-cost, comfortable, and highly efficient products with multiple uses, resulting in a $30 billion combined commercial and consumer market.
As part of the MEP National Network, California Manufacturing Technology Consultants (CMTC) has partnered with NextFlex to assist manufacturers who are interested in learning more about how they can use hybrid electronics to improve their operations and bring new products to market. Combining resources for education and training, CMTC empowers manufacturers across the U.S. to learn more about potential applications of this emerging technology.
If your manufacturing company is ready to consider incorporating hybrid electronics technology into your processes or products, contact CMTC.
California Manufacturing Technology Consultants
The official MEP National Network representative in California, California Manufacturing Technology Consultants (CMTC) is committed to supporting the manufacturing community by serving as an advisor and solutions provider. The capabilities of CMTC include services that range from optimizing work on the production floor through the exploration of innovative and cutting-edge solutions for the manufacturing industry. Its goal is to exceed expectations on all levels.
NextFlex is the premier hybrid electronics organization in the U.S. Having been formed in 2015 in conjuction with both the U.S. Department of Defense and FlexTech Alliance, NextFlex combines the assets of academic institutions, non-profits, corporations, and government resources to assist the U.S. manufacturing industry in advancing the market for U.S. hybrid electronics manufacturing.