Print Email Facebook Twitter Inkjet Printing for Printed Electronics Title Inkjet Printing for Printed Electronics Author Teunissen, J.P. Abbel, R. Eggenhuizen, T. Coenen, M. Groen, P. Publication year 2017 Abstract Inkjet printing (IJP) is a highly versatile and useful tool for product development, prototyping, and even small-scale manufacturing in the printed electronics industry. This chapter discusses a number of printed electronic (PE) applications. PE applications make use of inkjet-printed electrically conductive structures. At first sight, IJP might not seem the most obvious method for the manufacturing of these structures and as a result, it is rather new for PE manufacturing. The potential of IJP for PE applications has been demonstrated recently in a variety of academic and industrial research laboratories. These examples are, however, usually achieved on a sheet-to-sheet (S2 S) basis and only on a small scale. Various types of functional electronic materials can be processed into functional structures and devices by IJP. Examples include conductive metallic inks, organic semiconductors, insulators, and many others. © 2018 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. All rights reserved. Subject Electrically conductive structuresFunctional electronic materialsInkjet printingPrinted electronic application developmentPrinted electronics industry To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:534c001c-99a9-462f-b812-d2a816605211 TNO identifier 842988 Publisher Wiley-VCH Verlag ISBN 9783527687169 Source Handbook of Industrial Inkjet Printing: A Full System Approach, 2-2, 599-616 Document type bookPart Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.