Printing fine conductive traces

Sytek Enterprises Inc. has developed a new microcircuit process for the printed electronics industry by becoming one of the few companies to accomplish super-thin conductive trace printing. Sytek's has adapted and optimized the printing process, to ensure continuity, reliability and stable resistance down to 3 mil (75 microns) trace and space for conductive traces. New developments in pre-press technology included sourcing new stencil and mesh products to overcome various process limitations. With this accomplishment, the foundation is now set for Sytek's next goal of 2 mil (50 microns). Screen printing fine patterns is becoming a standard within the display industry, as the surface area for electrical traces and connections for all types of electronic devices are being reduced to allow for greater user interface.

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