PCB Inks Exhibit Lower Curing Temperatures

PCB Inks Exhibit Lower Curing Temperatures
DuPont USA

The PE827 and PE828 electronic inks cure quickly at low temperatures, promising to expand the possibility of printing electronics onto a new group of plastic films. The technology is expected to enable electronic components such as sensors, heaters, and antennas to be printed on more versatile and less expensive substrates. The inks cure at temperatures as low as +60°C, as opposed to current electronic inks requiring curing temperatures between +100°C and +140°C, restricting electronic substrates to those that can survive at high temperatures. Substrates now viable options for printed electronics include PVC, polystyrene, high-density polyethylene, and acrylic polymers. For additional information, visit http://www.dupont.com/products-and-services/electronic-electrical-materials/printed-electronics/products/low-temperature-electronic-inks.html

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