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New Technique to Print Ink-based Electrical Circuitry Using a Desktop Printer

Posted November 11, 2013 10:19 AM

From Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine:

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a new technique to print advanced, ink-based electrical circuitry on a desktop printer. After about US$300 in equipment costs, the researchers were able to print arbitrary-shaped circuits on resin-coated paper, PET film, and glossy photo paper with silver nanoparticle ink.

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