Peratech drills into nearer term applications with touch-controlled tools

Peratech (see the August 8, 2012 LREJ) recently announced that equipment manufacturer Globalpower licensed its quantum tunneling composite (QTC) touch and pressure sensing inks to produce touch-controlled electric drills. Globalpower claimed the QTC conformal touch and pressure sensor provides us...

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