Northrup Grumman publishes paper on fundamental limits of silver conductive ink performance that highlights and utilized Electroninks particle-free metal complex inks

Via Northrup Grumman

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Electroninks, the supplier of particle-free silver, gold, and platinum conductive inks and pastes, announced the strategic alliance with Enjet Inc., the ultra-high resolution printing expert to support advanced manufacturing of display, touchpanel, and packaging products. The two companies will leverage their capabilities and resources to demonstrate conductive ink and printing equipment products.


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High Performance Substrate Embedded Microgrids for High-Efficiency, Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diodes – (Electroninks Inc, Austin, Texas) Electroninks Inc. is developing an alternative, transparent conductor for optical-electronic applications like touch sensors, displays, and OLEDs that significantly outperforms today’s indium, tin, and oxygen (ITO) conductors. By using a new metal patterning technique that prints high-performance metal grids directly into glass and plastic, these new lattice-shaped “microgrid” conductors could outperform the manufacturing cost and performance of ITO.


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Electroninks secures $3.9 million Series A funding led by Bandgap Ventures and Applied Ventures (the funding arm of Applied Materials).

Electroninks has joined the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America Center at MIT.

This organization is “one of the latest members of the National Network of Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI) Institutes. AFFOA’s mission enables a manufacturing-based revolution—the transformation of traditional fibers, yarns, and textiles into highly sophisticated integrated and networked devices and systems.”

Learn more about AFFOA here.

CEP Magazine, the publication of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, features Electroninks in an article titled “Catalyzing Commercialization: Particle-Free Conductive Inks for Better Printed Electronics.”

Electroninks won a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant for Reactive Silver Inks for High Performance Printed Electronics.

Read the NSF Award Abstract here.


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