Printed ink for electronic and biotechnology applications is developing at an incredible speed. Conductive platinum inks are currently formulated from particulate platinum derived from platinum black. As the technology advances the nozzle dimensions installed on industrial printers are reducing in volume in order to achieve higher resolution.
As such there is a miss match in the requirements of these two technologies, the ink formulation needs to be improved in order to achieve the desired printed features.
Ceimig Limited has developed its own platinum ink formulation based on a solvated platinum precursor with 9wt% platinum metal content. No particulate matter is formulated into the ink allowing delivery by Dimatix printer or via the atomisation process with Optomec printers. Ceimig has demonstrated its ink capability to deliver highly conductive features with its high platinum loaded ink.
For further information please contact Dr James Thomson at Ceimig Ltd on +44(0)1382 624127 or email email@example.com