Reverse-offset for roll-to-roll high-resolution printing

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    Reverse-offset printing (RO) is a promising method to fabricate high-resolution line structures using conductive nanoparticle inks. In this paper, a laboratory-scale RO equipment is used to develop a roll-to-roll process. This paper focuses on printability and performance of conductive high-resolution lines. Critical interactions between the ink, plastic substrate and parts of the printing equipment (PDMS blanket and Ni-stamp) are studied. Resolution down to 1 μm is achieved with a homogeneous line edge structure suggesting potential for further resolution enhancements. Conductivity of the printed lines is very close to values reported in literature as achieved using other printing techniques.
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number014001
    JournalFlexible and Printed Electronics
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2018
    MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed


    • reverse offset
    • printed electronics
    • flexible electronics
    • roll-to-roll
    • printing
    • high resolution
    • OtaNano


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