Intrinsiq Materials Ltd.

Building Y25, Cody Technology Park, Ively Road, GU14 0LX Farnborough, Hampshire
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Telephone +44 1252 395515
Fax +44 1252 397184
ianclark@intrinsiqmaterials.com

Location

Hall map

drupa 2016 hall map (Hall 6): stand C02-4

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drupa 2016 fairground map: Hall 6

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 04  future technologies
  • 04.01  Printed electronics
  • 04.01.015  Inorganic Conductor

Our products

Product category: Inorganic Conductor

Silicon Ink

Intrinsiq is developing n and p doped silicon ink that can be deposited in air. The potential for these inks for use in the semiconductor industry is staggering. In addition, Intrinsiq has developed the family of materials to use as compatible contacts.

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Product category: Inorganic Conductor

Copper Inkjet Ink

CI-004 & CI005: Intrinsiq’s copper nanoparticle based inks consist of coated pure copper nanoparticles dispersed in solvent. The specialized coating stabilizes the copper and prevents the ink from agglomorating, ensuring a long shelf life. Compatible with standard commercially available inkjet equipment, sintered by means of broadband flash or laser, the copper ink deposits and adheres to a variety of substrates including paper, plastic and glass.

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Product category: Inorganic Conductor

Copper Screen Paste

CP-005 & CP007: Intrinsiq’s specially designed copper pastes blend micron and nano sized particles, rendering an economically feasible copper paste sinterable by light. The unique blend and morphology of our metal particles ensures optimum packing density and interlayer compatibility.

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About us

Company details

At Intrinsiq, we develop solutions for the printed electronics industry. Our customized, air-handleable electronic inks and pastes are a greener, lower-cost alternative to conventional electronic printing materials.

Because we utilize a unique manufacturing process, our nano-material based ink is highly functional. It can be deposited via commercially available inkjet and screen printers in a room-temperature environment and sintered using commercial broadband flash systems or laser systems.

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