3D printing of conductive paths
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Through microdispensing technology and silver nano paste, conductor paths can be applied to various substrates and then sintered. The LZH offers feasibility studies and process development to print conductive paths down to the single-digit micrometer range.

 

In the ever-increasing miniaturization of electronics, ever smaller conductor paths are also of interest.

Microdispensing is a process that uses thin dispensing needles to apply tiny amounts of an ink or paste. This process makes it possible, among other things, to print very fine conductor paths down to the single-digit micrometer range and then cure them.

The Additive Manufacturing - Polymers and Multi-Materials Group checks the basic feasibility of the printed conductors and supports you in the following questions and tasks:

  • Printing of conductive paths on various substrates
  • Suitability of different substrates in combination with various conductive inks and pastes
  • Process development and optimization
  • Evaluation of suitable inks or pastes
  • Investigation of different curing methods

 

This service is, among others, used in the following areas:

Coating:

  • Dispensing

Consulting, development and contract research:

  • Feasibility studies
  • Process and system development

Application fields and sectors:

  • Information and telecommunication
  • Electronics
  • Electrical engineering
  • Photovoltaics and energy technology
  • Sensor technology

 

 

We would be happy to advise you individually. Please contact us.