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  • runpixierun runpixierun Nov 29, 2013 12:43 PM Flag

    Did Kodak hook up with Xymox and stabb you in the back AGAIN!!!!! HO HO HO HO HO HO HO

    LOLOLOLOL

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    • Will a long or short, please challenge this and correct me if I have made any mistake?
      Anyone?
      Please?
      Thank you

    • CAN YOU SAY KODAK INSIDE!!!!!!!!!

      OHHHHHHHHH HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO

      PAYBACK IS A BCH!!!!!!!!!!!!

      HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO

    • KODAK JUST SKIPPED YOU BY!!!!!

      OHHHHHHH HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO HO

      ROFLMOL

    • Kodak just stabbed unxlpos in the back, ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho
      no one needs unxl
      ho ho hi ho ho ho ho

    • Kodak and Xymox Technologies to jointly promote use of conductive films for projected capacitive sensors
      KODAK HCF Film technology enables Xymox to meet accelerating demand for new industrial touch sensor solutions

      ROCHESTER, NY, November 05 --
      Kodak and Xymox Technologies, Inc. have entered into a multi-year agreement to jointly promote Kodak’s Highly Conductive Films (HCF) – the featured product in multi-touch sensor technology developed by Xymox. The agreement further states that Kodak on a non-exclusive basis will promote Xymox as a preferred source for industrial sensors made using HCF Films.

      Xymox’s new multi-touch sensor technology will incorporate HCF Film in a variety of industrial sensors, with potential use in cars, home appliances, tooling and machine equipment, product packaging, signs, and other interactive displays.

      “The technology that utilizes Kodak’s HCF Film represents a milestone for Xymox in the scaling up and commercial roll-out of our projected capacitive sensor to meet the quality and price targets of our printed electronics customers,” said Bob Heidenrich, Xymox Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

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      • “Kodak’s unparalleled expertise and core competencies in materials science, deposition technologies and large-scale manufacturing allow us to integrate HCF Film in the design and manufacture of custom projected capacitive sensors for an array of industrial applications,” Heidenrich said.

        Edward Hurley, General Manager for Kodak’s Industrial Materials Group, said the agreement is evidence that Kodak is innovating in the functional print markets by leveraging a range of technologies and experience via collaboration with partners to deliver multiple solutions for the touch sensor markets.

        “With this agreement, Kodak continues to execute on our strategy of developing a portfolio of flexible film offerings in answer to the growing market need for alternative touch sensor solutions,” Hurley said.

 
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