Creative Materials Introduces Conductive Inks and Adhesives for use with Aerosol Jet Processing Equipment


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Creative Materials, Ayer, Massachusetts has introduced a new product line that is designed to be dispensed with Aerosol Jet processing equipment such as the Optomec® Aerosol Jet Systems. The benefits of printing with this system include non-contact printing, fine lines down to 100 um, rapid prototyping, and continuous beam printing.  The first two products that we have commercialized are listed below:

127-29 is a silver die-attach adhesive with excellent adhesion to polycarbonate, polyester, polyimide, glass, ABS, polyamide, with resistivity of <0.00006 ohm-cm and die shear strength of 32 N/square mm.

127-30 is a stretchable silver conductive ink with excellent adhesion to a wide variety of surfaces including: silicone, PTFE, TPU, polyimide, polyester and glass. This product has low hysteresis during flexing, can be elongated up to 50% without losing its conductivity, and has excellent resistance to environmental extremes.

Other products in this series that are under development include carbon inks, dielectrics, ferro-magnetic and custom flexible inks.

About Creative Materials, Inc.

Creative Materials, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of custom-formulated electrically conductive inks, coatings, and adhesives. Products from Creative Materials are used in a variety of applications that provide cost-effective design solutions for demanding production requirements. Creative Materials is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. Our company has extensive experience in the adhesive, ink and coating industry, combining technical expertise with nimble production capabilities, enabling us to reduce time-to-market for new product applications. Please contact Creative Materials at 1-800.560.5667, or email us at info@creativematerials.com, to discuss your specific application needs.

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