PV Nano Cell Develops Carbon-based Ink and Printing of Embedded Resistors, Capacitors

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PV Nano Cell Ltd., an innovative provider of inkjet-based conductive digital printing solutions for mass-production and producer of conductive digital inks, announced that it developed new carbon-based ink that is used to print resistors and the company is now printing new embedded resistors and capacitors for customers.

The company developed new carbon-based inkjet ink with high resistivity (in the order of ohms-cm) to enable the digital printing of a wide range of resistors. PV Nano Cell is now working with market leading companies to develop digital printed-based resistors to be used in a wide range of applications including for the high-standard, demanding automotive industry. The printed resistors are expected to go through extensive environmental tests to prove their durability and fit to an array of market applications.

PV Nano Cell’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Fernando de la Vega, commented, “PV Nano Cell is maintaining its competitive edge by developing new additive manufacturing products and solutions for mass-production applications. This new carbon-based ink development is part of our strategic focus on the embedded passive components market where we print resistors, capacitors and coils. The recent work we started with passive components market leaders, demonstrates the evolution from R&D to mass-production where we take our products and solutions to the next level – the manufacturing level. We will use our Sicrys™ single crystal nano-particles silver and copper inks with our dielectric and carbon-based inks to print an extensive range of passive components. Market trends show embedded passive components will dominate the new electronics market as digitally printed components allow for new electronic designs, smaller, more powerful, flexible and cost affordable products." 

PV Nano Cell’s Chief of Business Development Officer, Mr. Hanan Markovich commented, “We see a growing need for high electrical resistance sensors in multiple applications. This newly developed inkjet ink enables a great geometrical flexibility in printing new components in many different shapes and forms. We are now working on several resistor-related printing projects for customers and expect a growth in the number of new projects and the revenues associated with it. PV Nano Cell continues to invest in applied business-driven R&D to enable us to offer additional mass production solutions to a growing number of digital-based printed electronics markets.”



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