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Posted on January 14, 2005 by  & 

Suitability of printing technology (part 3)

A wide variety of conventional and new printing technologies are being used or tested for the printing of electronic circuits of various types. However, the varied nature of the inks available to create such circuits and the diversity of circuits required means that no one printing technology will ever be used for all applications. Indeed, the evolution of new conducting, semiconducting, dielectric, battery and other inks with new physical characteristics means that the printing technologies chosen or adapted will be constantly changing for some time to come..
 
In this article we look at the relevance of printing processes that are neither raised nor recessed by comparing them in the table below.
 
 
 
 
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