New silver conductive ink unveiled for printed electronics

DuPont Microcircuit Materials (MCM), part of DuPont Electronic Technologies, has unveiled a new silver conductive ink formulated for use in printed electronics. The new DuPont 5064 silver conductive ink is a polymer thick film technology developed with a unique combination of silver powder and resin that provides superior conductivity, cost-effectively. It also allows for single-pass printing, which improves productivity in a range of printing processes. DuPont 5064 silver conductive ink can also be employed in applications including membrane touch switches, biosensors, and interconnection circuitry. Printed electronics is a growing field and the companies in the printed electronics industry are looking for more cost-effective materials and more efficient methods of production.
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