Adhesion Characterisation of Inkjet Printed Silver Tracks


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Sridhar, A. and Dijk, D.J. van and Akkerman, R. (2007) Adhesion Characterisation of Inkjet Printed Silver Tracks. In: 2nd International Student Conference on Print and Media Technology, Printing Future Days 2007, November 5-8, 2007, Chemnitz, Germany (pp. pp. 209-210).

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Abstract:Introduction: The ever-growing need for fast prototypes and reduced manufacturing throughput times in the electronics industry has lead to worldwide research aimed at developing novel techniques and process chains. Inkjet Printing is a versatile, flexible and relatively simple process that might fit the bill. It falls under Printed Electronics and is an additive fabrication technique. Typically, metal nanoparticle-based inks and polymer-based inks can be used in combination with inkjet printing to fabricate conducting tracks and circuit components (e. g. resistors, capacitors etc.), respectively.
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Copyright:© 2007 Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung
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