Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to highlight INKtelligent printed sensor structures using maskless depositition technologies. Design/methodology/approach – This paper begins with a general introduction to INKtelligent printing ® . Starting with layout and ink development, the fabrication of printed sensors is described in detail. Findings – Printed strain gauges, thermopiles and gas sensitive films are successfully fabricated with maskless deposition technologies, offering advantages for continuous non‐destructive measurement compared to conventional sensors. Originality/value – This paper shows a new approach for customized sensor structures. The application of a resource efficient and flexible printing technique for sensor fabrication is demonstrated.
Sensor Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 26, 2010
Keywords: Sensors; Customization; Films (states of matter); Inks
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