The prospects of inkjet printing for displays and sensor tapes

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Event IS&T Digital Fabrication Conference 2009 (DF 09)

Authors

Daniel, Jurgen H.
Ana Claudia Arias
Tse Nga Ng
Sambandan, Sanjiv
Garner, Sean
Beverly Russo
Krusor, Brent S.
Technical Publications
September 20th 2009
When fabricating electronic devices, an all-additive solution-based process would have the lowest cost and complexity, because it employs the lowest number of processing steps and it consumes the least amount of process material. However, there are still many challenges on the way to achieving electronic circuits by such processes. Here, we present inkjet printing approaches to fabricate displays and sensor circuits.

Citation

Daniel, J. H.; Arias, A. C.; Ng, T.; Russo, B.; Krusor, B. S. The prospects of inkjet printing for displays and sensor tapes. NIP25: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies and Digital Fabrication 2009; 2009 September 20-24; Louisville KY. Springfield, VA: IS&T; 2009; 599-602.

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