Jan. 5, Design News: Conductive inks have paved the way for printed electronics, which now serve a range of applications from printed RFID tags to sensors to touch screens. Membrane switches and printing edge electrodes for touch screens are two of the most prominent applications for printed electronics, although there is growth in a variety of areas. Conductive materials have found their way to touch panels and for printing on curved surfaces, and conductive inks are anticipated to grow for embedded technology solutions.

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