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Conductive inks deliver conductivity options in printed electronics

Stephen Law   

Electronics Production / Materials Printable Electronics Wearable Technology conductive Electronics inks materials Printable

NOVA CENTRIX Metalon conductive inks capitalize on advanced materials and formulation to provide conductivity options for additive manufacturing of printed electronics like photovoltaic devices, RFID, smart cards/labels, displays, and advanced packaging. Inks with solderable, resistive, magnetic and stretchable conductive properties are also offered. Utilizing nanoparticles and flakes, inks are available in off-the-shelf formulations as well as custom formulations for specific applications and print methods. Variants already developed include silver inks suitable for application by inkjet, screen, flexographic printing, and gravure. Copper-oxide reduction inks are also available for ink-jet, screen, flexographic, or gravure application. Product can be selected based on desired substrates, performance, and cost.

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