The PulseForge 1200 offers state-of-the-art photonic curing in a low-cost, compact chassis without giving up performance or safety. It is the ideal tool for research and development of printed electronics.
The PulseForge 1300 now features up to 35 kW/cm2 of user-selectable delivered peak radiant power- the highest delivered peak power available in any photonic curing tool currently in production anywhere in the world.
The PulseForge 3200 is able to meet or exceed oven performance in a small fraction of the time, process a wide variety of material/substrate combinations, process large areas, integrate with existing and new roll-to-roll systems or conveyors.
The NovaCentrix PulseForge 3300 is designed for processing printed semiconductor and ceramic inks and thin-film materials on low-temperature substrates. Applications include printed photovoltaics, displays, logic, and batteries.
This state-of-the-art photonic curing system is highly configurable for academic budgets and advanced R&D, for development in applications like sensors, displays, circuits, and photovoltaics.
PulseForge tools can be configured for either stand-alone web handling, or for integration with existing web-handling equipment. These new tools can be used for manufacturing R&D and scale-up, including for pilot line production of continuous-web products.