Toronto-based Myant Inc., a recognized leader in the design, development, and production of Textile Computing products, and Butler Technologies, Inc. (BTI), a Pittsburgh-based developer and manufacturer
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Forcing Sensing Applications
This article talks about Force Sensing Resistors and Force Sensing Applications. They have many cool uses and can be combined with other technologies for some pretty exciting effects. We will discuss
Flexible Printed Heaters
If you are looking for information on Flexible Printed heaters there are many reasons to continue reading this article. Our goal is to break down the differences between the various types of printed
The Graphic Design industry, all-encompassing as it is, can become more than a handful when you start to dive into its culture. With words and terms like Macintosh, Dreamweaver, Command-C, RBG, halftones,
On Friday March 9th, Butler Technologies, Inc. (BTI) was invited to Carnegie Elementary to talk with the 5th grade about their involvement with the Printed heaters used in
Jason Hillwig has joined Butler Technologies in March as controller. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1994 and received his MBA from Robert Morris University in 2005. He has worked
Product lighting, lighting design and illumination plays a significant role in how well a product is received by the market. Proper Light Guide Design is essential for the optimal user experience.
Butler Technologies, Inc. has added Kenny Nania as a member of the Direct Sales Team.
Kenny is an accomplished, agile Sales Leader with more than 25 years experience in all phases of the Sales Process.
Like Rodney Dangerfield says, “I get no respect.” Sometimes I think that graphic overlays and membrane switches get no respect either. It’s one of the last things that engineers think about
Force Sensing Resistors (FSR)
A Force Sensing Resistor (FSR) is a printed functional ink applied to a thin material whose resistance changes when a force is applied to it. The force can be a mechanical load, a pressure