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Stretchable conducting ink withstands creasing lines in paper electronics

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Electronics Production / Materials Printable Electronics conducting Flexible ink Printable stretchable water-based

SARALON Saral StretchSilver H2O 600 water-based stretchable conducting ink is developed to withstand creasing lines in paper electronics, thus doesn’t require high-temperature curing. Direct printed on paper and dried at 120°C for two minutes in oven, the ink shows a good sheet resistance of 40mΩ/sq/25μm. The ink is the specialty solution to the growing demand for more sustainable non-solvent and paper-based print applications. Due to its low temperature curing and bendability characteristics (creasing lines), product is suitable for paper-based and disposable electronics – smart labels for track-trace and logistics monitoring, medical applications e.g. lab-on-a-chip for diagnostics, diabetes sensors, etc.

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