Polyonics has introduced new clear and white top polymide flexible substrates, for use in a range of plastic electronic applications.
The Polyflex substrates are designed to be printed with conductive and resistive inks, and can be used in RFID antennas, smart bandages, flexible circuit, flexible OLEDs and others. The material is a pererred one for applications that require a high degree of dimensional stability after exposure to high temperatures, reports Digital Journal.
Polyflex has worked with conductive ink suppliers to evaluate the Polyflex substrates use with high-resolution printing, a problem with other polymide surfaces.
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Digital Journal report
Polyonics Introduces PolyFLEX Family of Flexible Substrates for Printed Electronics
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