Fine Pitch and Low Resistance Cu-ink Patterns by Inkjet Printing with AGC's EPRIMA (Printed Electronics Europe 2013)

Mr Yasuhiro Kuwana, Principal Manager, Research Center
AGC Asahi Glass Co.,Ltd
Mr Osamu Tagashira, Marketing Manager
AGC Inc.
Apr 18, 2013.


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Presentation Summary

We developed a surface energy controllable dielectrics and a low temperature curable Cu ink. A fine pitch wiring which is important technology for printing process was achieved by forming electrode patterns using Cu ink inkjet printing onto the high surface energy area of dielectrics.

Speaker Biography (Yasuhiro Kuwana)

Yasuhiro Kuwana obtained his bachelor's and master's degree of Engineering in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Tokyo in 1993 and 1995. He joined in Asahi Glass in 2001 and has been engaged in and managing the development of optical and electronic devices of fluorinated polymers. He is a member of the Japan Society of Applied Physics, and the Chemical Society of Japan.

Company Profile (AGC Asahi Glass)

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The AGC Group takes pride in the world-class level of our core technologies, glass and fluorine chemistry. Focusing on our flat glass, automotive glass, display glass, electronics & energy, and chemicals divisions, we have achieved a business portfolio that balances stability and potential for growth, allowing us to enjoy top global shares in a number of product fields. Beginning with the Asahi Glass Company, the AGC Group now has operations in over 20 countries for a total of over 200 subsidiaries and approximately 50,000 group employees worldwide. United in relentlessly pursuing operational excellence, each AGC Group member strives to create new value under the banner of our group vision, "Look Beyond".
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