Nano Dimension introduces highly conductive silver nanoparticle inks
Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading 3D and electronics printing company based in Ness-Ziona, Israel, has recently unveiled its AgCite line of conductive silver nanoparticle inks for inkjet deposition. AgCite inks are reported to deliver exceptionally reliable printability and outstanding electrical properties while offering significant time and cost benefits over traditional processes used to produce functional electronic devices.
The AgCite family of inks sinters at low temperatures and is suited to a broad range of substrate surfaces, including paper, polymers, glass and a range of coatings, applied using inkjet printing. Nano Dimension can custom-formulate inks for specific printing processes and applications, enhancing adhesion, flexibility and hardness. The formulation expertise is said to make AgCite inks applicable for a wide variety of advanced printed electronics applications, including RFID, OLED lighting, circuits, screen bezels, solar, sensors and other applications requiring high conductivity.
“Moving to digital inkjet printing requires inks that deliver the best possible electrical properties,” said Simon Fried, chief marketing officer of Nano Dimension. “Our AgCite silver inks have achieved performance levels suited to the most challenging electrical environments, and electronics companies can now seriously evaluate the benefits of digital printing, whatever their application, in the defence, aerospace, automotive, telecom, medical, industrial and consumer electronics industries.”