Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: APNT) announced that it has successfully inkjet printed
its nanoparticle copper inks onto commercially available paper substrates forming
highly conductive patterns for electronic circuits. This significant technological
achievement paves the way for low cost solutions for applications such as smart
labels, RFIDs, paper displays, electronic paper, and disposable electronics
on paper substrates.
At the ID TechEx Printed Electronics Conference in San Jose, CA from December
1-4, 2009, Applied Nanotech will also show its latest development in Ni nanoparticle
inks and nanoparticle based aluminum and copper pastes for photovoltaics and
other applications. This is the largest conference in North America dedicated
to the printed electronics industry, and showcases recent advances in the industry.
"This achievement demonstrates our ability to understand the specific
needs of the industry and to use our expertise in nanotechnology to provide
total solutions to our customers," said Dr. Zvi Yaniv, CEO of Applied Nanotech,
Inc. "Our expertise in nanoparticles, ink formulations, printing equipment,
and substrates allow us to quickly bring new technologies to market."
"We continue to broaden our portfolio of ink technologies to address application
specific needs of the printed electronics industry," said Doug Baker, CEO
of Applied Nanotech Holdings, Inc. "We are on the forefront of nanoparticle
ink technologies and will continue to develop innovative solutions for our customers."
For more information about sales of our inks, related products, or to discuss
application needs, please contact Applied Nanotech, Inc. at email@example.com
or visit with ANI at Printed Electronics USA 2009 in San Jose, CA December 1-4.