Mechanical flexibility

Structures obtained using the XTPL method retain their excellent electrical conductivity parameters throughout the deformation of the substrate, enabling mechanical flexibility of new generation displays

The introduction of flexible displays is currently a strong trend for producers who aim to meet the customers’ expectations and offer the new generation devices.

Due to the high production costs and low yield of flexible electronics, its introduction on a mass scale proves to be a challenge. XTPL offers solution in the form of ultra-precise, scalable and cost-effective printing technology that enables mechanical flexibility of new generation displays.

Due to their excellent electrical conductivity, metallic lines deposited using the XTPL method in the form of a metal mesh can be used to significantly decrease the sheet resistance of existing transparent conductive films.


Ultra-fine electrically conductive silver lines printed on a flexible foil using the XTPL technology. Structures obtained using our method retain their properties throughout the deformation of the substrate, including excellent electrical conductivity parameters.


Segment of transparent metal mesh directly printed on the glass using silver based nanoink formulated in-house by XTPL. The width of the lines is 6 um and interline distance is 500 um.

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