Meet Us at TechBlick: A Deep Dive into the Future of Electronics Manufacturing

BotFactory’s Showcase at Booth B6: A Confluence of Ideas and Innovation

BotFactory Inc., Afnan Islam

Get ready to traverse the frontier of electronics manufacturing with BotFactory at this year's TechBlick event! Drop by Booth B6 and engage in vibrant discussions with Afnan and Carlos. They're the catalysts of innovation at BotFactory and are excited to share insights on the unfolding narrative of the Additive Manufacturing Electronics (AME) industry with you.

Carlos will also grace the stage with a dedicated presentation on the AME industry, offering a glimpse into its transformative potential for modern manufacturing landscapes. This is your ticket to understanding the data-driven ascent of AME as it steadily establishes itself as a pillar of Industry 4.0. The projections are compelling; the valuation of AME technology is expected to soar from $4.4 billion in 2020 to an astounding $196.8 billion by 2035, signaling a paradigm shift where additive manufacturing becomes a staple in modern production processes​1​.

The promise of AME extends beyond projections. The overall additive manufacturing market is on track to exceed $22 billion by 2025, with the electronics segment of AME alone slated to cross $1 billion in the same timeframe. This growth is emblematic of the broader strides the industry is making towards enhanced integration and customization2​.

The momentum behind AME is fueled by a growing emphasis on education and workforce training. Recognized as one of the nine technological pillars underpinning Industry 4.0, AME has garnered attention from industries, academia, and government agencies, highlighting the need for a specialized workforce to propel AME innovations forward​3​.

At BotFactory, we're embracing this momentum. Our SV2 PCBA printer embodies the core principles of AME, showcasing the integration of diverse device technologies within a single unit through a continuous build-up process. This approach enables the integration of active and passive elements, signal and power distribution, optics, MEMS, and thermal management solutions, presenting a holistic view of modern manufacturing capabilities​4.

As you explore the myriad exhibits at TechBlick, Booth B6 is where you’ll want to be. It’s a hub for engaging with like-minded tech enthusiasts, sharing insights with Afnan and Carlos, and experiencing firsthand the innovations BotFactory brings to the AME landscape. Additionally, TechBlick’s networking events offer a congenial setting for catching up over drinks, exchanging ideas, and potentially forging collaborative ventures that resonate with the future of electronics manufacturing.

TechBlick is more than an event; it's a voyage into a future laden with manufacturing innovation. And Booth B6 is your starting point. See you at TechBlick!


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  • Trends in Engineering Education for Additive Manufacturing. (n.d.). Retrieved from Springer3​.

  • Nano Dimension (n.d.). Additive Manufacturing Trends to Know in the Electronics Industry in 2020. Retrieved from nano-di.com2​.

  • IEEE. (n.d.). Additive Manufacturing of Electronic Systems (AMES). Retrieved from IEEE4​.