Creative Materials to Display at 2017 FLEX


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Creative Materials Inc. is displaying its product line and capabilities at FLEX2017 in Monterey, California, June 19-22, 2017 at booth 2013.

The FLEX2017 conference is dedicated to flexible hybrid electronics, and aims to advance technical and business interests in flexible, printed, and hybrid electronics and their applications. 

Creative Materials has announced the release of its new Brilliant Conductive Inks.  Products include 126-29FG, 126-29FO and 126-29FR (green, orange, and red conductive fluorescent inks). These new coatings enable the ability for improved functionality and highly customized development in printed electronics. They also feature a high degree of flexibility and durability on a variety of films and fabrics, while offering modest conductivity. Creative Materials provides products and services needed to advance printed electronics and wearable technology to meet growing customer demands for particular functional conductive coatings. 

About Creative Materials

Creative Materials is ISO 9001- and ISO 14001-certified. The company has been in business for 30 years and has extensive experience in the adhesive, ink and coating industry.  The combination of technical expertise, and nimble prototype capabilities provides the reduction of time-to-market for new products.

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