Recent progress in our development of anode supported electrolyte (ASE) SOFcells is reported. The cells are fabricated by cocasting of aqueous slurries of NiO/YSZ and 8YSZ, followed by cofiring. A gradient cathode is deposited by screenprinting successive layers of LSM/YSZ composite and lanthanum cobaltite, followed by a 2nd firing step. Full cells show a final thickness of ? 0.25 mm, high flexibility and reasonable warpage. Proper anode current collection is crucial and obtained by cofiring an additional outer layer together with the substrate. Power density can reach 0.2 W/cm2 at 600°C with active cathodes (LSC, short-lived) and >1 W/cm2 at 810°C with the LSM cathode. Stability was tested during 2900 h, giving an average degradation of 3%/1000 h at 0.5 A/cm2 current density. Degradation can be delayed by short-time polarisation at higher current density: e.g. “reactivation” at 0.85 A/cm2 (30 min.) delayed degradation by 300 h.