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Intuitive Interactions,
Moulded to the Moment

Electronics and everyday life are no longer discernible. If you can touch it, printed electronics can connect it – seamlessly. If you can imagine it, we can integrate it, and we do so with the most innovative methods and materials available.

Form-fitting and energy-optimized, flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) technology is found everywhere from wearables to smart buildings. The technology is comprised of highly specialized inks made of carbon-based compounds and conformable substrates such as plastic, silicon and flexible glass.

E2IP From ideation to fabrication, we rethink the boundaries between technology and design to deliver innovative Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Smart Surface solutions.

Discover Our Printed Electronics Technologies

Finished for the future.

The future of HMI.

Save space, energy and costs.

Flexible sub-micron trace thickness.
Ready for optimized integration.

Capacitive Sensors

Intuitive, ergonomic, light, thin and flexible, Capflex™ is printed keypad technology which integrates a capacitive sensor with a backlighting system. Ruggedized for the real world and finished for the future, Capflex™ delivers crisp light.

  • Scratch, liquid and fingerprint resistant
  • Custom graphics printed on a second surface
  • Curvature radius down to 12.7 mm
  • Capacitive and backlight thickness less than 1 mm
  • Instrument panels
  • Seat controls
  • Wearables
  • Remote controls
E2IP From ideation to fabrication, we rethink the boundaries between technology and design to deliver innovative Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Smart Surface solutions.

In Mold Electronics (IME)

Combining in mold decoration process with printed electronics, In Mold Electronics (IME) transforms control panels into smart, curved surfaces. Featuring proximity sensors and capacitive technology, this is true experiential design captured in elegant, minimalistic style. IME is the future of HMI.

  • Freedom of design
  • Highly durable encapsulation
  • Space and weight saving
  • Optimized assembly
  • Seating and passenger controls
  • Medical devices
  • Appliance interface
  • Consumer electronics
  • Wearables

Heating Solutions

Printed PTC Heaters use Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) ink to generate heat up to a specific, self-regulating temperature. This design makes them not only smart, requiring no external controller mechanism, but also incredibly safe with no possibility of overheating. Save space, energy and costs.

  • Replaces traditional heating systems
  • Power density up to 1500 W/㎡
  • Minimum thickness down to 0.5 mm
  • Minimum weight of 0.6 kg/㎡
  • PTC ink setpoint from 40°C to 85°C
  • Operating temperature -40°C to 70°C
  • Wall boards and floor heating
  • Blood and IV bags heater
  • Bed or seat heater
  • Battery heater
  • De-icing on aircraft

Printed Passive Components

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Molecular Ink (MINK)

A new family of molecular inks for printed electronics produced in partnership with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). Based on ionic molecules processed through a reduction process, high-speed printing methods are used to produce sub-micron trace thicknesses that bind strongly to substrates and are highly flexible.

  • High flexibility 
  • Highly conductive 
  • Low-cost alternative to nanomaterials
  • In-Mold Electronics (IME)
  • Printed antennae
  • Sensors

Engineered Electromagnetic Surfaces (EES)

Developed in collaboration with the Communication Research Council of Canada (CRC) our EES technology enhances wireless applications by filtering, blocking or reflecting radiofrequency (RF) signals. Designed for use in both indoor and outdoor environments, EES transforms walls, panels, ceilings, floors and other surfaces into RF-active surfaces. Being characteristically light, thin and flexible, EES applications are versatile and ready for optimized integration.

  • Blocks, reflects or filters RF signal emitted at a selected frequency (including future 5G networks)
  • Transparent to RF signals emitted at other frequencies
  • Cellular Network Deployment
  • Smart Buildings

What working in partnership with e2ip means for your printed electronics project :

  • Completely customized robust solutions
  • Optimized costs
  • Enhanced safety
  • Energy Optimization
  • Reduced weight
  • Advanced form factor
  • Flexibility
  • Conformity
Electronics should not get in
the way of design freedom.

e2ip is focused on innovation and scientific research, striving to extend its intellectual property portfolio and continuously develop leading edge technologies.


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