Designing and developing materials that drive consumer electronics and e-textiles
Electroninks Incorporated was founded in 2013. We are a company with a deep knowledge base in materials science, chemistry and design focused on providing materials, inks and products for consumer electronics devices, including our own consumer products.
Our novel chemistries and formulation know-how is based on our brand of particle-free inks and pastes that can directly replace nanoparticle and flake-based metallic inks and films. Our philosophy is that pure metallic films are the best way to increase performance, reliability and overall cost of manufacturing and ownership.
Our inks are based on small-molecule chemistries. Resulting films can be printed via digital methods and industry-standard roll-to-roll techniques.
Since its founding, Electroninks has been adopted into the consumer electronics supply chain and developed its own entire consumer product line, Circuit Scribe. Currently, Electroninks develops high-performance solutions for many markets including display, plating, interconnects and wearables, as well as consumer devices.
Electroninks' headquarters and primary production facility is in Austin, Texas. We have additional sales and field offices in Silicon Valley, Taipei, Kaohsiung and Seoul.
We have a unique culture and philosophy for a materials company, with both Industrial B2B and direct-to-consumer businesses under one roof. For our Industrial business, we provide particle-free conductive inks and related chemistries to our customers either direct or through world-class coating and integration equipment partners. We also develop and produce our own product line, Circuit Scribe, selling direct to consumers. We see this as an advantage since our entire team understands the dynamics of supply chain and product management.
Electroninks is led by a management team with a proven record of entrepreneurial drive and international business experience. This is built on extensive experience in conductive ink chemistry and formulations, printed electronics and consumer electronics devices.