A recent Forbes (http://nnw.fm/4dz6G) article shows just how far Additive Manufacturing (AM), a.k.a. 3D Printing, has come, reporting that the government of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, ‘has set a target for 25 percent of buildings to be 3D-printed by 2030.’ Apparently, the AM industry now believes it has the technology to “print” houses. That technological prowess also appears to extend to smaller objects, much smaller, where the challenges are different but just as formidable. An Economist feature (http://nnw.fm/0D9oB) tells how a Chinese contract manufacturer is using 3D printers ‘to print electronic circuits, such as antennae and sensors, directly into products instead of making those components separately and assembling them into the devices.’ Printers need ink, however, and 3D printers need the special kind produced by PV Nano Cell (OTCQB: PVNNF). Under the Sicrys™ brand, the innovative Israeli outfit has developed a menu of customized single crystal nanometric conductive inks for use in the manufacture of a wide range of electronic devices.
The devices that PVNNF’s inks are designed to work with are less than Lilliputian. A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter or, put another way, it would take 25,400,000 nanometers in a line to cover a distance of just one inch. These tiny devices are, more often than not, required to transmit electrical signals and, consequently, need conductive inks of quality. Sicrys™ inks serve a wide range of applications that demand high-performance conductive inks, including…
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