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Posted on March 28, 2005 by  & 

Invint commercialising conductive polymers

Bill Matthews of Invint has recently described how his company has worked on medical devices that raise body temperature, conductive packaging, smaller mobile phone antennas, smart clothing, Kwikboard™ deposited printed circuit boards, "high volume consumer products" and many other applications. Very small line widths are achieved with laser ablation. He quoted a recent figure for the polymer ink market as $5 billion globally. He sees interconnect converging with graphics and industrial printing and curing being a lively area of development. He thinks that there is now a wide enough choice of inks and polymers to solve most problems.
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