Nanosilver inks are enjoying growing market acceptance. In this talk, we will discuss their benefits for Printed Electronics applications, like high silver efficiency, ability to create fine structures, and support for digital printing. When it comes to real-world applications like p-cap touch circuits for automotive and white goods, we will offer some interesting insights in the optical aspects of creating transparent conductive areas with nanosilver patterns.
Peter Willaert is Product Manager Printed Electronics in the Advanced Chemicals and Coatings Business Unit of Agfa-Gevaert N.V., Belgium. He started his professional career at Royal Philips Electronics, after which he held various positions at Agfa-Gevaert N.V. in Electronics Engineering of advanced electronic imaging systems, and Business Development for transparent conductive polymers and high-performance smart card films.
Agfa stays at the cutting edge of material development for Printed Electronics and Digitally Fabricated PCBs. We show the capability of our screen printing ink SI-P2000 to create all-nanosilver transparent touch circuits, and the power of digital manufacturing in Printed Electronics with our digital ink SI-J20x