Conductive inks industry 2012 to 2018

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Conductive inks industry 2012 to 2018

  1. 1. Conductive Inks Markets 2012-2018Silver flake inks serve the largest and most mature markets. For example, the crystallinesilicon solar cell industry alone consumes approximately 1,100 metric tonnes of silver flakeinks. On the other hand, emerging inks are slowly penetrating the market by eitherdisplacing an existing product (e.g., indium tin oxide) and/or enabling new markets basedon their attributes of higher conductivity, inkjet printability, flexibility, and/or enhancedsurface smoothness.Conductive inks are a simple and unglamorous layer but they will constitute a hefty $2.86billion market in 2012. This market is forecasted to rise to $3.36 billion in 2018, with $735million captured by new silver and copper nanostructure inks.Request a Sample for or Inquire before buying the report Conductive InksIndustryThese values make conductive inks the most successful segment of all printed electronics,surpassing the likes of printable OLEDs, photovoltaics, displays, etc. This is becauseconductive inks find use in a great variety of end applications, including RFID, photovoltaics,sensors, vehicles, smart packages, flexible display and lighting and touch screens. Thisenormous diversity reflects the simple fact that all electronic devices require multiple layersof interconnects.This multiplicity of market requirements has resulted in the introduction of many types ofinks, each offering their own set of characteristics and uniques. Innovation in the field ofnanotechnology has largely enabled this high level of product differentiation. Indeed, themarket today contains graphene, carbon nanotubes, and silver and copper nanostructure(nanoparticle and nanowire) inks, all of which have one or two dimensions in the nanoscale.Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY2. PRINTABLE CONDUCTIVE INKS- A SURVEY3. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN PHOTOVOLTAICS4. TOUCH SCREEN5. ITO REPLACEMENT IN THIN FILM PHOTOVOLTAICS6. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN RFID7. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN VEHICLES8. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN SMART PACKAGING AND BRAND ENHANCEMENT9. COMPANY PROFILES
  2. 2. List of TablesList of FiguresReport Details:Published: April 2012No. of Pages: 165Price: US$3995Contact:Priyank TiwariTX, Dallas North - Dominion Plaza,17304, Preston Road,Suite 800, Dallas 75252Tel: +1-888-391-5441sales@reportsandreports.comVisit our Market Research Blog @ http://www.reportsnreportsblog.com/Connect With Us:

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