Low-Cost Inkjet Printing Technology for the Rapid Prototyping of Transducers

Published:

June 8, 2017

Author:

Bruno Ando, Salvatore Baglio, Vincenzo Marletta, Antonio Pistorio; DIEEI-University of Catania, Adi R. Bulsara, Teresa Emery; Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific

Abstract:

Recently, there has been an upsurge in efforts dedicated to developing low-cost flexible electronics by exploiting innovative materials and direct printing technologies. This interest is motivated by the need for low-cost mass-production, shapeable, and disposable devices, and the rapid prototyping of electronics and sensors. This review, following a short overview of main printing processes, reports examples of the development of flexible transducers through low-cost inkjet printing technology....

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DIEEI-University of Catania

Department of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (DIEEI).

Catania, Italy

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