Conductive printed lines on flat and non-flat substrates
A five years cooperation of the CPC, the Department of nano and microelectronics at the Technion and chief scientist in the field of printing technology has yielded the development of "Microelectronics Printing".
This printing technology is an innovative development of the ability to print on concave and curved surfaces with varying curvature ,and on conductive bodies with a high print resolution, such as conductive lines with a line width of less than 40 microns.
- Thin Silver lines print on glass
- Conductive Printed lines
- Thin Silver Lines 50-100 mic
- Printing on Uneven areas
Applications of technology:
- Electromagnetic protection EMI / RFI on optical lenses.
- Special cameras
- And more..