Conductive ink markets 2012 2018 silver and copper inks and pastes and beyond


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Conductive ink markets 2012 2018 silver and copper inks and pastes and beyond

  1. 1. announces, a new market research report is available in its vast collection Conductive Ink Markets 2012-2018 Silver and Copper Inks and Pastes and Beyond Copper-Inks-and-Pastes-and-Beyond-198473.html inks are a simple and unglamorous layer but they will constitute a hefty$2.86 billion market in 2012. This market is forecasted to rise to $3.36 billion in2018, with $735 million captured by new silver and copper nanostructure inks.These values make conductive inks the most successful segment of all printedelectronics, surpassing the likes of printable OLEDs, photovoltaics, displays, etc.This is because conductive inks find use in a great variety of end applications,including RFID, photovoltaics, sensors, vehicles, smart packages, flexible displayand lighting and touch screens. This enormous diversity reflects the simple fact thatall electronic devices require multiple layers of interconnects.This multiplicity of market requirements has resulted in the introduction of manytypes of inks, each offering their own set of characteristics and uniques. Innovationin the field of nanotechnology has largely enabled this high level of productdifferentiation. Indeed, the market today contains graphene, carbon nanotubes,and silver and copper nanostructure (nanoparticle and nanowire) inks, all of whichhave one or two dimensions in the nanoscale.Silver flake inks serve the largest and most mature markets. For example, thecrystalline silicon solar cell industry alone consumes approximately 1,100 metric
  2. 2. tonnes of silver flake inks. On the other hand, emerging inks are slowly penetratingthe market by either displacing an existing product (e.g., indium tin oxide) and/orenabling new markets based on their attributes of higher conductivity, inkjetprintability, flexibility, and/or enhanced surface smoothness.DescriptionThis report provides an in-depth review of printable conductive inks. For each ink,we cover the underlying technology including an overview of the fabricationprocess; assess their strengths and weaknesses; identify and analyse keytechnology and market drivers; and provide guidelines for price development in thefuture.We then assess and forecast the markets requiring silver and copper inks. We takea very granular approach in our assessment, looking into each sub-market in greatdepth and building our forecasting bottom up.The markets covered include crystalline and thin film photovoltaics, RFID, logic andmemory, touch screens, displays, vehicles, consumer electronics, sensors andsmart packaging.Table of Contents :1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1.1. Product overview1.2. Silver flake inks continue to reign supreme1.3. New inks will slowly penetrate the market1.4. Photovoltaics1.5. ITO Replacement1.6. RFID Tags1.7. Logic and Memory1.8. Sensors1.9. Smart packaging2. PRINTABLE CONDUCTIVE INKS- A SURVEY
  3. 3. 2.1. Silver Flakes2.1.1. Conductivity2.1.2. Printing Technique2.1.3. Cost2.1.4. Market Drivers2.1.5. Summary (SWOT)2.2. Nanoparticle Silver Ink2.2.1. High Conductivity2.2.2. Reduced Sintering TemperatureMore Report:Electric Vehicles 2012-2022Marine Electric Vehicles 2012-2022Industrial and Commercial Electric Vehicles 2012-2022Car Traction Batteries - the New Gold Rush 2012-2022Conductive Ink Markets 2012-2018 Silver and Copper Inks and Pastes and BeyondPrinted and Flexible Sensors 2012-2022 Forecasts, Players and OpportunitiesStretchable Electronics Comes to MarketFor More details Plz do contact :Aarkstore EnterprisePhone:08149852585Email: enquiry@aarkstore.comURL:www.aarkstore.comOur Website :www.aarkstore.comFacebook: