Molded electronics hub opens in Munich

 Molded electronics hub opens in Munich

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By Nick Flaherty

Finnish smart surface technology pioneer, TactoTek, is opening an innovation hub in Munich, Germany.

The Munich office will feature examples of advanced in-mold structural electronics (IMSE) designs, have resident IMSE engineering specialists, and provide an environment for creativity and innovation collaboration on solutions in automotive, white goods, and other markets

The company says the Munich Innovation Hub supports the company’s commitment to being close to customers and making innovations accessible to its rapidly expanding Central European customer base.

The molded electronics process combines screen printing, surface mounting and thermoforming to create custom shapes that then have smart films inserted into the moldings for a wide range of consumer and automotive designs.

“The mutual learning of being close to customers results in the right solutions built faster, and crisply focuses priorities,” noted Jussi Harvela, TactoTek CEO. “We have successfully developed close relationships with many Central European market leaders; our Munich Innovation Hub expands the reach of our leading-edge IMSE solutions and their significant environmental benefits.”


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