Nov 02, 2020

Copprint Technologies has developed a patented, nano-based copper ink that offers a significantly less expensive alternative to standard silver inks for conductive patterns.

The company’s ink is self-sintering, meaning it becomes a coherent mass at low temperatures. It achieves 30% bulk conductivity after two seconds at 150 degrees Celsius and requires no photonic sintering or expensive lasers. At higher temperatures, 50% bulk conductivity or better can be achieved.

Copprint was the recipient of the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2017 Technical Development Materials Award.


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