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High-Performance Materials

Off-shelf nanoinks and nanopastes

  • Up to 50% silver bulk conductivity
  • High content of conductive component
  • Superior stability

Tailor-made electronic materials

  • Reliable contract research partner
  • Highly concentrated materials for maximum performance
  • Operating at the crossroads of printing technology and material engineering to provide custom solutions

Comprehensive cooperation

Customized nanomaterials.
Conducting synthesis of customized nanomaterials
Formulating nanoink.
Formulating tailor-made nanoinks and nanopastes
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Guiding clients in their ideas, concept development, formulation, and seamless application
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Evaluating product stability in-time
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Providing various in-depth material characterizations
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Conducting in-depth feasibility studies
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Scaling Up and Optimizing Production

What makes us unique

Products

Nanoinks

Ag Nanoink IJ36

Ag Nanoink CL34

Ag Nanoink CL60

Ag Nanopaste CL85

Ag Nanoink IJ36

Compatible with a variety of substrates, the nanoink provides excellent printing stability and high electrical conductivity.

Compatible with methods

  • Inkjet printing

Characteristics

  • Silver content (wt. %) 34 ± 2
  • Density [g/cm3] 1.2 – 1.4
  • Average nanoparticles size [nm] (TEM) 35 – 50
  • Shape of nanoparticles Spherical
  • Electrical resistivity [μΩ · cm]* 3.95
  • Viscosity (25°C) [cP] 26 – 30 (SR = 40 s-1)
  • Surface tension [mN/m] (25°C) 30
  • Solvent(s) Glycol ether
  • Download Technical Data Sheet IJ36 TDS PDF

* For recommended sintering conditions

Ag Nanoink CL34

Conductive ink with lower viscosity suitable for printing electronics, can be used on a variety of substrates.

Compatible with methods

  • Aerosol printing (pneumatic atomizers)
  • LIFT

Characteristics

  • Silver content (wt. %) 30 ± 2
  • Density [g/cm3] 1.50 ± 0.05
  • Average nanoparticles size [nm] (TEM) 35 – 50
  • Shape of nanoparticles Spherical
  • Electrical resistivity [μΩ · cm]* 3.25
  • Viscosity (25°C) [cP] 200 – 400 (SR = 2 s-1)
  • Solvent(s) Glycol(s)
  • Download Technical Data Sheet CL34 TDS PDF

* For recommended sintering conditions

Ag Nanoink CL60

Nanoink allows to print thin conductive lines with a high aspect ratio.

Compatible with methods

  • Microdispensing
  • LIFT

Characteristics

  • Silver content (wt. %) 54 – 63
  • Density [g/cm3] 1.85 – 2.50
  • Average nanoparticles size [nm] (TEM) 35 – 50
  • Shape of nanoparticles Spherical
  • Electrical resistivity [μΩ · cm]* 5.11
  • Viscosity (25°C) [cP] 30 000 – 50 000 (SR = 0.2 s-1)
  • Surface tension [mN/m] (25°C) 30
  • Solvent(s) Glycol(s)
  • Download Technical Data Sheet CL60 TDS PDF

* For recommended sintering conditions

Ag Nanopaste CL85

A nanopaste that has anti-clogging properties for dispensing very thin lines with a high aspect ratio.

Compatible with methods

  • XTPL® Ultra-Precise Dispensing*
  • LIFT
  • Microdispensing

Characteristics

  • Silver content (wt. %) 82 ± 2
  • Average nanoparticles size [nm] (TEM) 35 – 50
  • Shape of nanoparticles Spherical
  • Electrical resistivity [μΩ · cm]* 4.20
  • Viscosity (25°C) [cP] > 100 000 (SR = 0.2 s-1)
  • Solvent(s) Glycol(s)
  • Download Technical Data Sheet CL85 TDS PDF

* Sintering conditions: 250 °C; 40 minutes; Air

Dedicated solutions

Together with the R&D department, we develop solutions according to individual customer needs.

Describe your expectations to us and we will create a tailor-made product.

They trusted us

Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany

Additive Manufacturing – Polymers and Multimaterials Group

“At Laser Zentrum Hannover, we were looking for a highly viscous conductive ink for our micro-dispensing setup with very small nozzles (<10 µm aperture). The XTPL Ag Nanopaste CL85 has proven very effective for our applications, where we aim to print fine structures measuring less than 10 µm. With XTPL Ag Nanopaste CL85 we are able to achieve long printing times without any interruptions.”

Ag Nanopaste CL85

Prof. Juan Marcos Fernández-Pradas

MIND Research Group (Micro and Nanotechnology and Nanoscopies for Electronic and Electrophotonic Devices), University of Barcelona, Spain

“With Ag Nanopaste CL85 we are able to improve printing resolution with respect to other inks with high solid content and the surface of the obtained printed patterns is exceptionally smooth.”

Ag Nanopaste CL85

Pietro Rossi

Printed and Molecular Electronics group at IIT (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), Milan, Italy

“We are really excited with the high jetting stability and the non-clogging capabilities of XTPL Ag Nanoink IJ36. Printing with your ink formulation is easy and results in stable and well-defined printed features. We are also satisfied with the excellent wettability on PEN substrates. The performance in terms of electrical conductivity of the printed structures is very good and in line with what we expected.”

Ag Nanoink IJ36

Prof. Dr. Gordon Elger

Head of Research Group Microelectronics Packaging (Institute of Innovative Mobility, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt) and Head of Fraunhofer Applied Research Center “Connected Mobility and Infrastructure” (Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI Ingolstadt, Germany)

“We were impressed with the height of the structures we could achieve with XTPL Ag Nanoink IJ36 after already a single pass printing (even 200 nm high). Importantly, the jetting of the inkjet ink from XTPL is efficient with both 10 pL and 1 pL Dimatix cartridges, so we are now able to obtain high quality patterns of higher resolution with inkjet. With an ink like that, we can concentrate on research, and not on the problems arising around printing itself.”

Ag Nanoink IJ36

ZOEK gGmbH

COPT Center in Köln, Germany

“Within the EnerScale project, ZOEK gGmbH is collaborating with XTPL S.A. to bring XTPL’s Ag Nanoink IJ36 as an electrode into thin film solar cells, especially Perovskite solar cells. ZOEK gGmbH uses the equipment at COPT Center to print IJ36 by means of inkjet technology on top of organic layers as well as on ultra-thin glass and PEN foil. In general, IJ36 is easy to print and allows for high-resolution features with sharp edges, especially on ultra-thin glass. Finally, laser sintering is used to unfold the high conductivity of the silver layer. This would allow for large area and cost efficient roll-to-roll printed solar cells without the need of expensive vacuum processes.”

Ag Nanoink IJ36

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