The HiperLAM Project held its 2nd Consortium Meeting at the National Technical University of Athens on the 8th and 9th May 2017.
The meeting focused primarily on the successful results that have been achieved in this early phase of the Project. The HiperLAM Project is pleased to announce that it is currently working ahead of schedule in several areas, including the Laser Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) Technology at Orbotech Ltd and TNO.
This Consortium meeting also helped to prioritise the potential market applications for both of the end-users in the Project (FlexEnable Ltd and Pragmatic Printing Ltd). The programme is focused, primarily towards the end-user requirements and this meeting helped to define the technical specifications and parameters for both 'Deliverable 1.1 - Process maps for both end-applications' and 'Deliverable 1.2 - Specification Document for systems, materials and end applications'.
The Consortium will meet again later this year (October/November 2017) at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) to continually review the progress within the project and overcome technical challenges of this ambitious project.