JournalArticle SearchList By TopicSubmit ArticleRegister
ResourcesWhite PapersGlossaryStock TrackerPresentations
Press Release | 24 Nov 2010 | United States
Electrically conductive fine-line epoxy ink for printed electronics
Creative Materials, Inc., introduces 125-26A/B119-44, Electrically Conductive Fine-Line Flexible Two-Part Epoxy Ink, for the printed electronics industry. Available as a two-component system, 125-26A/B119-44 features excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates, including transparent conductive oxides and low surface-energy substrates.
In addition, it is resistant to scratching and creasing. Able to print fine circuit traces, 125-26 has many applications in the printed electronics industry, including touch screens, solar cell circuits, and RFID applications.
The current challenge in the micro-technology industry is to pack more components into a smaller area, allowing for other components to take that place. Advances in printed electronics have begun to address this challenge. The ability to use printed circuits for touch screen displays greatly reduces the bezel area needed to hide the trace lines, allowing increased viewable area of the display.
Future printed electronics applications will expand to NFC (near field communication) -enabled devices. The NFC applications are limitless, including card emulation in mobile phones, mobile payment, electronic ticketing, identification systems, electronic keys, etc. The demand for fine-line printing is driving the printed electronics market, and Creative Materials is able to address this demand with 125-26. Narrow traces laid down with 125-26 present a high profile with a fine line, allowing the same conductivity within a tighter space.
Creative Materials' fine line inks are capable of line widths and spaces as small as 50 to 75 microns. This product has a proven track record, having been customized from a highly successful conductive ink with many applications in printed electronics. A very resilient product, 125-26 offers low sensitivity to handling, abrasion and solvents, as well as providing excellent adhesion to coated substrates. In addition, 125-26 is RoHS compliant.
This product joins Creative Materials' complete line of inks created for printed electronics applications. Please visit our web site for further details at www.creativematerials.com .
For more attend: Printed Electronics USA 2010
Current usage, future applications and market forecastsMarket opportunities for printing, curing and integration equipment
- 3D Printing 2015-2025: Technologies, Markets, Players
- Printing Equipment for Printed Electronics 2015-2025
- Printed, Organic & Flexible Electronics Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2014-2024
- Internet of Things (IoT): Business Opportunities 2015-2025
- Wearable Technology 2014-2024: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts
- Printed Electronics for Healthcare, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals 2014-2024
- Smart Packaging Comes To Market: Brand Enhancement with Electronics 2014-2024
- Touch Screen Modules: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts 2012-2022
- Introduction to Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics
- Printed Electronics - Customer Sourcebook & Routes to Profit
3D Printing 2015-2025: Technologies, Markets, Players
Printing Equipment for Printed Electronics 2015-2025
Printed, Organic & Flexible Electronics Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2014-2024
Internet of Things (IoT): Business Opportunities 2015-2025
Wearable Technology 2014-2024: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts
Printed Electronics for Healthcare, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals 2014-2024
Smart Packaging Comes To Market: Brand Enhancement with Electronics 2014-2024
Touch Screen Modules: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts 2012-2022
Introduction to Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics
Printed Electronics - Customer Sourcebook & Routes to Profit
From nutshell to supercapattery
World's first BIOPV concrete façade installation
New technique could harvest more of the sun's energy
Secondary battery with 3 times higher energy density
Ultra-high energy density advanced lithium polymer batteries
Daimler expands manufacturing capacities for lithium-ion batteries