Innovative Electronic Circuit Printing Method Developed

Innovative Electronic Circuit Printing Method Developed | In Compliance Magazine

An innovative printing method for complex electronic circuits has been developed by researchers at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore). The electronic circuits were printed with unique materials on everyday flexible materials using a common t-shirt printer.

The researchers successfully printed a 4-bit digital-to-analog converter and RFID tags using this new method. The entire circuit is printed without the use of toxic chemicals making them very eco-friendly. This new printing method will allow for the mass production of inexpensive, disposable electronic circuits.

Read more about the new method of printing complex electronic circuits.

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