Printing metal nanowires are particularly attractive as compared to conventional coating methods due to the ease of processing, direct patterning, and large-scale fabrication capability. However, it is still challenging to
The main difference come from the particles size. Thanks to the nano size, the electrical performances of GenesInk solutions are 10 times better than silver pastes. It helps reducing consumption of raw materials and decrease the cost of printed electronic production (total cost of ownership).
Yes, the mesh has to be adapted to enable a lower deposition of ink. GenesInk team provide printing support and share printing conditions to help customers to use our products in the best way.
No. GenesInk solutions are ready to use.
No specific precautions are needed. The nanoparticles are in wet solution, therefore there is no risk of loose particle in the atmosphere.
Once solvents evaporated and the ink cured, particles are sintered and there are no nano size particles left over.
GenesInk has developed cleaning solutions dedicated to each ink avoiding risk of chemical reaction with nanoparticles. We highly recommend using our cleaning solution to increase your printer shelf life.
We recommend using a conductive glue. Solder is possible in specific conditions.
Yes, GenesInk has developed a protective ink called ProtectInk S. ProtectInk S (P-ID21001) protects the silver against oxidation and scratches.
Each ZnO/AZO ink can be dry with the same conditions.
We recommend drying inks between 80°C and 120°C during 5mn or 10 mn depending on the drying temperature.
The ZnO is a N type semi-conductor.