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DrFPGA
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re: Konica Minolta makes MEMS inkjet for printed electronics
DrFPGA   5/28/2012 5:46:19 PM
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This sounds like a great application for MEMs technology. A $25B market is a nice one to go after...

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re: Konica Minolta makes MEMS inkjet for printed electronics
MattSpencer   5/16/2012 4:23:04 AM
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I wonder if Konica will now focus on this subsidiary and instead of producing digital cameras and other electronics, will focus on its inkjet printhead for printed electronics. It seems to be the innovative lead in such technologies and it would be wise to put more funds into that research and development of the MEMS inkjet. Matt - http://www.eezytrade.co.uk



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