Lumvatech will explain their proprietary ultra thin, flexible, and targeted LED-based backlighting technology. A comparison to existing technologies will also be offered. The SGIA Expo and Symposium are scheduled for October 21-24 in Las Vegas Nevada. The Symposium is the gathering point for printed electronics and membrane touch switch professionals. The high-level presentations will provide attendees with the latest technology developments in advanced design and manufacturing methods.
“Lumvatech is grateful for the invitation to speak at the SGIA Expo. We have integrated lighting into a wide variety of print and electronics applications”
“This symposium offers a targeted path to the best printed flexible circuit and membrane switch makers in the world,” commented Martin Proctor, Director of New Market and Business Development. “The technical nature of the audience and their expertise will produce a high value experience for both sides.”
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Lumvatech is a U.S. manufacturer of ultra thin planar light panels for LED backlighting. Custom thin solutions for backlighting of POP displays and signage, logo name plates, and human-machine interfaces with dome, membrane, and touch switches.
Engineering, design, and manufacturing are located in our Anderson, SC headquarters.
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