Particle-Free Conductive Inks

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Broader selection of metals fuels innovation in product development in electronics manufacturing

Electroninks has added gold (Au) and platinum (Pt) particle-free conductive inks to its catalogue of products, giving makers of consumer electronics, medical devices, sensors and semiconductors the ability to make lighter, less expensive, and more environmentally friendly products.

The new gold and platinum metal inks consist of metal-organic precursors that decompose cleanly at lower temperatures than nanoparticle inks and can be UV-cured. The inks providie savings on material usage and costs for customers by enabling similar electrical and reliability properties of vacuum or plated films of gold and platinum.

Opening additional doors in product manufacturing, the new inks are catalytically active and have high corrosion resistance so are ideal for protective circuits, gas, thermal and biological sensors. Unlike traditional gold and platinum inks that are based on metal nanoparticles dispersed with organics/polymers which degrades performance, Electroninks’ particle-free inks enable reliable printing and manufacturing in non-typical and even space-like environments for its aerospace and defence customers.

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