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Using Inkjet Printing to Build Intelligent Flexible Hybrid Circuits

Posted April 10, 2017 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Researchers from the University of Barcelona have developed a bonding technique to build intelligent flexible hybrid circuits using an inkjet printer with silver nanoparticles ink. The process may create a new way to manufacture circuits that is fast, cheap, and environmentally safe.


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04/10/2017 2:08 PM

OK. I will bite, how many of these silver nano-angels can be on the head of a pin at the same time without touching? How well can they flap their wings? (flexibility).

How many miles per gallon of silver nano ink?

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