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Published January 13, 2012
Five application clusters as well as materials, substrates and patterning processes are discussed in detail Read More »
Published December 6, 2011
Innovative anti-theft packaging solution uses Vorbeck’s graphene-based conductive ink Read More »
Published November 30, 2011
Metalon ICI-021, the newest copper-based screen ink in the ICI series, is now available for shipment Read More »
Published September 12, 2011
New electrically conductive screen ink features a silver alternative Read More »
Published May 26, 2011
Offers comprehensive line of inks for industrial, electronics and graphic overlay printing Read More »
Published January 19, 2010
Will cover a host of new trends, including carbon nanotubes in conductive paper and transistors, printing silicon for enhancing solar cells, for transistors and other uses and printing copper at a fraction of the cost of silver Read More »
Published November 21, 2008
DuPont Microcircuit Materials (MCM), part of DuPont Electronic Technologies, announced the introduction of a new silver conductive ink formulated for use in printed electronics.   “DuPont MCM is uniquely positioned to help its customers… Read More »
RFID and Printed Electronics
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published May 7, 2007
Although the RFID and printed electronics markets are growing, they have yet to meet the high expectations. However, experts believe the market will take off in the near future. Read More »
NAPIM Convention Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Association
By David Savastano, Editor
Published February 19, 2015
Convention will highlight past, present and future of the printing ink industry. Read More »
At 2014FLEX, Wide Variety of Ink Technologies Play Key Role in Growth of Flexible Electronics
By David Savastano, Editor
Published February 13, 2014
The ink industry was well represented during these talks, as promising opportunities in conductive inks, carbon nanotubes and even graphene were topics of conversation Read More »