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Key highlights of talk given by DTI at TechBlick in summer 2022 on copper inks


This summary is fully AI-generated based on the presentation

๐Ÿ‘‰ We have several different types of reactors at our disposal for making and building nanomaterials, some of which can produce up to 80 liters of material per batch. Our reactors are PLC automated and have monitoring for quality control.


๐Ÿ‘‰ Some of the materials we've worked with include platinum alloys, silver nanoparticles, copper nanoparticles, copper and silver nanowires, ferrite, high dielectric materials, and even graphene.


๐Ÿ‘‰ We have been able to validate up to ten kilos per day of nano copper production, with a current production cost of around โ‚ฌ300 per kilo. Our goal is to go at least below โ‚ฌ100 per kilo, making these materials much more cost-effective than existing conductive inks.


๐Ÿ‘‰ We have made an inkjet formulation for conductive inks, with photonic sintering that can produce a half-micrometer thick layer with good conductivity. We are currently working on a screen-printable formulation aiming for a 50 million square foot print.




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