NovaCentrix's Stan Farnsworth Reconfirmed as OE-A Board Chair


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NovaCentrix, the industry’s leading provider of photonic curing tools, conductive inks and the new PulseForge® Soldering high-intensity pulsed-light solution, is pleased to announce that Stan Farnsworth, Chief Marketing Officer, has been reconfirmed as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) for the term 2021 to 2025. Farnsworth has served as the chair of the Board of Directors since 2019.

On behalf of the Board Stan Farnsworth thanked the OE-A members for their support and trust, outlining the OE-A’s vision. “We see increasing convergence between the technologies of printed, organic, and large-area electronics, and product direction in applications such as consumer electronics, automotive/mobility and smart living. At the OE-A we are bringing technologies and markets together, building an inclusive community for members and partners to be successful. Innovation is stronger than ever, and we are excited about the opportunities in front of us.”

OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) is the leading international industry association for the emerging technology of organic and printed electronics. Representing the entire value chain, OE-A provides a unique platform for local and international cooperation between companies and research institutes. For more information visit www.oe-a.org.

About NovaCentrix

NovaCentrix partners with you to take products from inspiration to implementation. Through our innovative PulseForge® tools and Metalon® Inks products, we continue to enable advancements in printed electronics for researchers, product innovators, and manufacturers as technologies and markets evolve.

A member of the OE-A since 2009, learn more about NovaCentrix’s products and services by visiting www.NovaCentrix.com.

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