Roselectronics Holding together with the Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials of the Russian Academy of Sciences develop technology for the production of electronics and photonics devices from organic polymers
3D printing. Polymers have a signal rate 100 times higher than traditional copper contacts, they are more compact and resistant to interference. Contacts based on new material in
in the long run, they will be able to create system-to-body devices that outperform system-to-crystal technology in performance, functionality and compactness.
At present, theoretical studies have been carried out, methods have been developed and organic polymeric materials have been created, on the basis of which a multilayer structure was formed and confirmed
wave properties. The first experimental sample of an electronics product created with 3D printing is scheduled to be tested and tested by the end of Q3 2020.
“The combination of optical conductivity and flexibility makes it possible to create screens, solar panels and more based on these materials. Polymers developed by our specialists are capable
ensure that data is exchanged between the components of the electronic device at a speed of at least 4 GB / s, which is approximately 100 times higher than traditional PCBs. In this case, additive technologies
significantly reduce the time and cost of developing new electronic products, “- said the Executive Director of ROSTECH Oleg Yevtushenko.
The project was the winner of the competition of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia and received grants in the framework of the Federal Research Fund “Research and Development in Priority Areas of Development of the Science and Technology Complex of Russia on
2014-2020 ». The industrial partner of the project is TSNOM “Technomash” (included in “Roselectronics”).