Progress in Chisso's high functional inks for inkjet printing (Printed Electronics USA 2008)

Mr Satoshi Tanioka, Group Leader
Chisso Petrochemical co., Japan
 
Dez 04, 2008.

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Presentation Summary

  • Introduction to two types of Chisso's high functional inks for inkjet printing, dielectric polyimide ink and high sensitive UV curable ink.
  • Extremely high concentrated polyimide ink is applicable to thicker films and can form fine line pattern by the inkjet method.
  • Chisso's solvent-free type UV curable ink for inkjet printing can be suitably used for an etching resist, a protective coat and insulation layer, etc.

Speaker Biography (Satoshi Tanioka)

Mr. Satoshi Tanioka is a section manager of the R&D of inkjetting materials division at Goi Research Center of Chisso Petrochemical Corporation in Ichihara, Chiba Japan since 2006. He studied inorganic chemistry at Okayama University in Japan and has joined Chisso in 1985. From 1986 to 1992, he was involved in the R&D of the magnetic materials applied for the videotapes, and then, was also involved in the development of the polymer-liquid crystal composite film at Kyushu University in Japan from 1992 to 1994. He has a number of technical publications, as well as EP, US and JP patents in the field of alignment materials that are suitable for the LCDs.

Company Profile (Chisso Corporation)

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Chisso Corporation, a $3B global chemical supplier, develops a variety of ink-jet printing inks. Chisso UV curable ink-jet ink is suitable for a variety of applications including fabrication of microlenses with high transparency. Chisso thermal cure polyimide ink-jet ink can be used as an insulating layer in Electroluminescense (EL) devices and can be applied to printed circuit boards, semiconductors and many other applications. The use of Chisso ink is expected to simplify manufacturing processes, lower facility costs and reduce effects on the environment.
 
Chisso Corporation, based in Tokyo, Japan, manufactures and sells liquid crystal materials, alignment films, overcoats for color filters and many other performance chemical products. Please visit http://www.chisso.co.jp/english/index.asp for more information. 
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