Materials for Advanced Printing Technologies

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Silver is the most commonly used metal for the development of conductive inks, which are used for printing applications leveraging emerging technologies. However, some emerging materials, which are getting prominence are graphene and copper. This is due to some drawbacks associated with silver such as high cost and higher tendency of electromigration. Stakeholders are developing proprietary technologies on conductive inks using emerging materials such as graphene, copper as well as silver. However, the focus is on the development of cost effective and scalable technologies so that it can be adopted by the industry participants rapidly. Market growth is being driven mainly by companies from the printed electroni

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Materials for Advanced Printing TechnologiesInnovations in Materials for Advanced Printing TechnologiesGraphene-based Product that can be Produced on a Large ScaleGraphene-based Product that can be Produced on a Large Scale (continued)Conductive Ink Made of Nanocopper Conductive Ink Made of Nanocopper (continued)Innovative Metal Nanoink that can Form Crack-Free FilmInnovative Metal Nanoink that can Form Crack-Free Film (continued)Low-cost Silver Nanowire InksLow-cost Silver Nanowire Inks (Continued)Organic Ultraviolet Curing Inks for Printing on GlassOrganic Ultraviolet Curing Inks for Printing on Glass (continued)Strategic InsightsInnovation ImpactKey ContactsIndustry Contacts




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