ORGACON conductive polymer inks offer a printable, cost-effective alternative to ITO patterning for human-machine interfaces with capacitive sensing elements for automotive and home appliances.
ORGACON silver inks feature very high conductivity with a low silver deposition (1 micron DFT), and offer high-resolution patterning to create smaller, lighter and more cost-effective Printed Electronics devices. Applications include conductive circuitry for the production of cap sensors for automotive, industrial and white goods as well as antennas and smart packaging. Agfa's silver inks are also used for manufacturing transparent electrodes used in backlit cap touch elements.
ORGACON silver inks are available for both screen and inkjet printing. As a globally recognized expert in the development and manufacturing of inkjet inks for a variety of industries, Agfa is the trusted partner for the PE manufacturer who is considering the transition from analog to digital, be it for prototyping or high volume production.
Agfa offers multiple technologies that create a bridge between the markets of Printed Electronics and Printed Circuit Boards (PCB). Hence, also on display at this year's Printed Electronics will be Agfa's DiPaMAT product line for Digital PCB Fabrication, with spotlight on inkjet-printable solder mask. DiPaMAT inkjet inks for legend printing, solder mask and etch resist bring the PCB manufacturing process into the 21st century: total flexibility in lot size (1-piece lot), variable data printing, position-dependent layer thickness and more.
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