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Big market. Lots of materials to choose from. Pick from very highly conductive silver to low cost carbon, copper and alloy inks.
Sensor applications range from biomedical devices to touch sensing, forced sensing as well as thermal sensing products.
Interact directly with the display. Additive inks help you connect by direct touch.
Signal received. Engage these inks for printing antenna, RFIDs, and smart cards. Excellent conductivity after lamination and photonic curing.
Micromax™ Intexar™ inks are designed to provide numerous elongation cycles with minimal change or hysteresis.
Flat is out. Print these inks onto substrates and then mold for extreme environments.
The heat is on. Self-regulating printed heater inks eliminate the need for external control of the heating element.
Highly reflective inks used to attach components to existing flexible circuitry in lighting applications.
Over 5 billion test results per year. Biomedical inks measure electrochemical analysis of biological fluids as well as thermal and biometric sensing.
Includes specialized inks that enable printing on solvent sensitive substrates that require low temperature processing.
Products in this area are required to stand up to extreme environments such as solder baths and reflow ovens in the manufacture of printed circuit boards.
One of the most demanding and most diverse of all markets, automotive materials must meet the stringent extreme temperature demands.