The wearable market has been growing quickly. Printed Electronics Now, an online magazine covering the latest news in the field of printed electronics, interviewed companies who are involved in developing exciting technologies throughout […]
Liquid X announced the completion of a $1 million capital raise designated for product development and staffing. This funding round includes a new angel investor, along with Matthews International Corporation and other high-net-worth individuals.
Liquid X Printed Metals is at an exciting and innovative time in its evolution, and, according to Dr. Robert (Bob) Swisher, the company has come a long way since its gestation. As the Printed […]
Liquid X is offering a package solution with its newly developed inkjet printable dielectric ink. LXPM-DT-1020 is a water based, thermally curable dielectric designed specifically as an insulator and protective coating to be applied […]
We’ve added a YouTube channel so that you can learn more about our innovative technology and projects. From textile-based capacitive touch sensors to resistive heaters and EKG sensors, Liquid X is developing for a […]
September 5, 2018 | Pittsburgh, PA
As part of its efforts to forge powerful collaborations with leaders in their respective industries, Liquid X Printed Metals has announced a collaboration effort with Bonbouton to […]
Liquid X has completed a round of funding and plans to move to accommodate a larger lab space and new operating equipment. This Pittsburgh Business Times article, written by Patty Tascarella, describes […]
As the market for flexible and printed electronics has grown in recent years, so have the needs for the conductive inks and other materials that help drive these devices. Industry leaders offered their insights […]
Our latest quarterly newsletter, with updates on Liquid X ink developments, prototype development work and upcoming events is out! Please email us to receive your copy and keep up with our latest innovations […]
Catch up with Beth Vasy, VP of Operations at Liquid X, as she discusses the evolution of Liquid X Printed Metals and the ever-changing Printed Electronics industry.