NanoIntegris Technologies, a Raymor subsidiary, is a world leading provider of premium nano-carbon materials such as single-wall carbon nanotubes, graphene, and high mobility semiconductor inks. Our inks are formulated for inkjet and aerosol printers and used in the development of the next generation of high mobility transistors for sensing, logic and display driver applications. Using a patented plasma technology, Raymor Industries synthesizes single-wall carbon nanotubes at industrial scale and with superior quality for transparent conductive and ESD applications. Standing behind over 450 academic publications our materials were recognized with the Best Technical Development Materials Award at PE USA 2014.
Filtered by:
11 Apr 2024

3D Electronics/Additive Electronics 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, and Markets

IDTechEx Report:
28 Feb 2024

Printed and Flexible Sensors 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Dr Jack Howley and Dr Tess Skyrme
21 Jun 2023

Carbon Nanotubes 2023-2033: Market, Technology & Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Conor O'Brien and Dr Alex Holland
12 Jan 2023

In-Mold Electronics 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report:
14 Jun 2022

Perovskite Photovoltaics 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report:
13 Nov 2019

American Boronite Corporation

13 Nov 2019


2 Oct 2018

Stretchable and Conformal Electronics 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
18 Nov 2015

High Sensitivity Nanotube and Graphene-Enabled Sensor Technologies

Raymor Industries, Canada
27 Jul 2015

Nano-copper is 10 times stronger than copper

At IDTechEx we have invited a number of leading players in the nanocarbon industry to write opinion pieces, reflecting on their produces, latest research, market insight, and commercialisation experience. We will be releasing these articles over the next few weeks.
22 Oct 2014

The $2 billion conductive ink industry gathers in Santa Clara

This is a successful and growing industry. Indeed, IDTechEx projects that the $2billion conductive ink/paste sector will grow $3.2 billion in 2025 at the material level.
11 Aug 2014

Raymor Industries, Inc.

Raymor Nanotech is a division of the Raymor Industries, a Canadian private company located near the Montreal area. It initially started supplying spherical titanium powdres synthesized using a plasma atomisaiton method. In 2010 it started work on single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and the titanium activity has since been acquired (dec 2013) by Arcam for a reported fee of $35 million. Raymor has also acquired NanoIntegris (operating as a subsidiary) which brings value in the post processing steps of CNT production, i.e., purifying and separating metallic and semiconducting ones.
20 Apr 2014

Canada National Research Council

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is an agency of the Government of Canada, reporting to Parliament through the Minister of Industry. It was established in 1916. The Printable Electronics program, a $40-million NRC investment over five years, will develop applications in smart labels, smart drug packaging, anti-counterfeiting, and NFC.
28 Feb 2014

New high mobility SWCNT ink technology from National Research Council

Researchers at the National Research Council (NRC) in Canada are developing new materials and processes for printable electronics applications as part of a 5 year research effort working collaboratively with industrial partners.
21 Nov 2013

High Mobility Semiconducting Inks - Recent Progress and Applications in Gas Sensing

NanoIntegris Inc, United States
2 Oct 2013

Graphene moves beyond the hype at the Graphene LIVE! USA Event

The Graphene LIVE! USA event has lined up top-class speakers for its business-orientated conference and tradeshow on graphene.
28 Aug 2013

Graphene LIVE! USA set to become largest graphene tradeshow

Graphene LIVE! will take place on 20-21 November 2013 at Santa Clara, California.
5 Aug 2013

Carbon nanotubes for transparent conductive films

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are one of multiple technology options for making transparent conductive films (TCFs). Similar to graphene, there are many different types of CNTs and many production techniques. The main processes are arc discharge, laser ablation and chemical vapour deposition (CVD); while the main types are single, double or multi-wall, and semiconducting and metallic. This article assesses the latest progress with using CNTs as transparent conductive films. IDTechEx outlines the latest improvements in performance, manufacturing processes and cost. It identifies key players globally and discusses their business models and progress with commercialisation. Where appropriate, it makes reference to competing technology options such metal mesh, silver nanowires, graphene, PEDOT:PSS, etc. This article provides a realistic assessment and insight into the fortunes of carbon nanotubes in the future of the fast changing transparent conductive film industry.
16 Jul 2013

Sinovia Technologies

14 May 2013

Bluestone Global Tech