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Printed Electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media and transit. It is allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been before and it is improving existing electronics and electrics.

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Our Team

The Keetronics managements has always believed their people to be their largest asset. This trust has been reciprocated by their highly dedicated employees, who have contributed their Competence and experience, making Keetronics successful as an organization. Over almost 25 years of its corporate history, Keetronics has seen consistent growth, all thanks to the commitment and unfailing Enthusiasm of its people in developing, manufacturing and marketing innovative ideas in the field of advance input devices.

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Technology Features

Where Conventional technology cannot be used, Printed Electronics fills the gap!

Its unique features are Ultra-light, less than 1mm thin, flexible, colorful, and transparent.

  • Flexible : Exhibiting minimum radius of 10cm
  • Ultra-Light : With an extremely low weight of less than 1 kg/m2
  • Ultra-thin : Less than 1mm thickness
  • Transparent : Achieving upto 50% light transmission.
  • Custom-designed : Flexible dimensions in lengths, from 0.3m to 2.0m
  • Truly green : There are no toxic materials in the clean production process and in the end-product.
  • Cost effective : To print 1 m2, we need only 1 gram of organic material and a max. Process temperature of 1200C. The investment and operation costs are much lower than any crystalline or other thin film technologies.

Advantages at a glance

  • Very small foot print
  • No clean room required
  • Ultra low energy consumption
  • Flexible PET film substrate
  • Low process temperatures
  • No expensive recycling processes necessary
  • Minimal use of raw materials (just 1 gram of organic material for 1 m2)
  • Completely toxic-free manufacturing processes (e.g. acids, toxic solvents and gases)
  • Almost infinite availability of non-toxic raw materials (e.g. no rare earths or heavy metals are used)