According to a report from MarketsandMarkets, the conductive ink segment is projected to reach $3.91 billion by 2021.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor03.13.19
The global market for conductive inks, pastes and other materials is estimated by consultants at $2 billion, growing to nearly $4 billion by 2021. According to a report from MarketsandMarkets, the conductive ink segment is projected to reach $3.91 billion by 2021.
"We are seeing Metallograph continuous aluminum printing on flexible substrates finding utility in a wide range of areas including sensor circuits, safety interlocks, LED mountings, electrical small and large, fuses and RFID antennae," said Dan Harrison of IIMAK. "Early applications for Metallograph were dominated by short run, highly customized flexible circuits and devices. However, as designers realize the simplicity and cost advantages of Metallograph over other digital printed electronics applications. We expect growth in higher volume uses with this type of printing application."
"Applied Ink Solutions has received a lot in inquiries for flexible conductive inks and
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