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Electroninks has commercialized particle-free metal complex conductive inks for printed electronics and semiconductor markets. We work with world-class partners, customers and OEMs to integrate conductive inks into high-volume manufacturing of electronic components.
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Particle-Free

Conductive inks



Our particle-free conductive inks can achieve conductivities up to 90% of bulk silver with low annealing temperatures for flexible and stretchable substrates. They are a direct replacement for nanoparticle inks, metal paste and sputtered or deposited metals.



Gold
Au
79
Nickel
Ni
28
Copper
Cu
29
Silver
Ag
47

Palladium
Pd
46
Platinum
Pl
78
Other
Ot
XX



Gold
Gold is a chemical element with symbol Au and atomic number 79. As a chemically inert metal, gold has a wide variety of uses in electronic devices due to its high stability.
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Nickel
Nickel is a chemical element with symbol Ni and atomic number 28. Nickel is commonly used in electrodes and contacts.
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Copper
Copper is a chemical element with symbol Cu and atomic number 29. Copper is the most common metalization material in consumer devices.
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Silver
Silver is a chemical element with symbol Ag and atomic number 47. Our silver inks are particle-free formulations for inkjet, aerosol, screen and other deposition techniques. Conductivities can reach up to 90% of bulk silver with annealing temperatures in the range of 40-140ºC.
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Palladium
Palladium is a chemical element with symbol Pd and atomic number 46. Palladium is typically alloyed with other metals to reduce electromigration.
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Platinum
Platinum is a chemical element with symbol Pt and atomic number 78. It is commonly used in gas sensors.
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Other
Electroninks has the capability to develop conductive inks using a variety of metals and alloys beyond those listed here. Contact us if you have a particular metal in mind or if you are seeking a conductive ink solution.
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Silver
Silver is a chemical element with symbol Ag and atomic number 47. Our silver inks are particle-free formulations for inkjet, aerosol, screen and other deposition techniques. Conductivities can reach up to 90% of bulk silver with annealing temperatures in the range of 40-140ºC.
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Gold
Gold is a chemical element with symbol Au and atomic number 79. As a chemically inert metal, gold has a wide variety of uses in electronic devices due to its high stability.
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Nickel
Nickel is a chemical element with symbol Ni and atomic number 28. Nickel is commonly used in electrodes and contacts.
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Copper
Copper is a chemical element with symbol Cu and atomic number 29. Copper is the most common metalization material in consumer devices.
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Palladium
Palladium is a chemical element with symbol Pd and atomic number 46. Palladium is typically alloyed with other metals to reduce electromigration.
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Platinum
Platinum is a chemical element with symbol Pt and atomic number 78. It is commonly used in gas sensors.
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Other
Electroninks has the capability to develop conductive inks using a variety of metals and alloys beyond those listed here. Contact us if you have a particular metal in mind or if you are seeking a conductive ink solution.

Deposition methods



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Inkjet


Formulated for high conductivity and low curing temperatures. Stable jetting performance, a long shelf life and adhesion to substrates such as PET, PC, COP and Polyimide products. Features compatibility with inkjet heads such as Fujifilm Dimatix heads, including DMP and Samba.
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Screen Printing


High-viscosity particle-free conductive ink for screen printing. Typical resistance is <5 mOhm/□/mil. Adhesion to PET, PC, COP, PI, ITO, glass and stretchable textiles and elastomers.
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Aerosol Jet


Particle-free conductive ink formulated for aerosol jet coating to metalize 3D structures with fine resolution. Stable jetting performance and a long shelf life.

Additional Printing Processes

 

Flexography

Gravure

Offset Lithography

Dispenser

Slot-Die Coating

Electroless Plating

 

Markets and Applications



Electroninks develops conductive ink solutions for a variety of markets and applications. Follow the links below to learn more about specific technologies. Email contact@electroninks.com to discuss whether our conductive ink solutions might be a good fit for your company's needs.

Awards & Honorable Mentions

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