The technology described herein is related to the development of a manufacturing technique to produce electroluminscent lighting. This technology deploys roll-to-roll large area printing where electrically functional inks are deposited on roll of light weight, thin and flexible substrates substrates such as PET (polyethylene terephthalate), PC (polycarbonate) and potentially paper and fabrics.
The technology provider is keen to reach out to companies who are interested to collaborate for technology commercialisation.
Printed Lighting is flexible and provides large area illumination which requires no additional clearance and space for housing and mounting frames. It is cool to touch and does not require bulky heat sinks to dissipate the heat. Its sleek dimensions and uniform diffused light without the use of complex optics is both commercially attractive and appealing.
Extremely versatile, the ultra-thin (<1mm) and lightweight sheet can be printed on a large scale (up to 0.9m width and unlimited length) as well as thermoformed into 3D features.
Given its versatility, sustainability, as well as ease of use, the technology can be applied on wide ranging application in the following industry: Art installations, Advertising, Architectural, Furnishing, Packaging, and Automotive.