Print on Electronics

Print on Electronics

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Electronics 2Printing conductive ink on electronic components represents the fusion of functional and decorative product marking.  It also requires fine detail and the ability to stand up to harsh environments where the product may be exposed to heat, dust, and the elements.

Recent advances in conductive ink technology allow for printing ink which conducts electricity. It is typically created by sintering silver or other conductive materials into ink.

Examples of this are:

  • Medical sensors
  • Membrane switches
  • Smartcards
  • RFID chips
  • Transistors
  • UHF and VHF Antennas
  • Electrodes
  • Circuitboards.

Pad printing’s ability to print on uneven, curved or recessed surfaces gives the technology an advantage over standard methods of printing.

Pad-printed circuitboard on a headlight assembly.

What are your electronic printing needs? Send a message to our sales engineers now.

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