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Instant Inkjet Circuits

 

http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2493486

ABSTRACT
This paper introduces a low cost, fast and accessible technology
to support the rapid prototyping of functional electronic
devices. Central to this approach of ‘instant inkjet circuits’
is the ability to print highly conductive traces and patterns
onto flexible substrates such as paper and plastic films
cheaply and quickly. In addition to providing an alternative to
breadboarding and conventional printed circuits, we demonstrate
how this technique readily supports large area sensors
and high frequency applications such as antennas. Unlike existing
methods for printing conductive patterns, conductivity
emerges within a few seconds without the need for special
equipment. We demonstrate that this technique is feasible
using commodity inkjet printers and commercially available
ink, for an initial investment of around US$300. Having presented
this exciting new technology, we explain the tools and
techniques we have found useful for the first time. Our main
research contribution is to characterize the performance of instant
inkjet circuits and illustrate a range of possibilities that
are enabled by way of several example applications which we
have built. We believe that this technology will be of immediate
appeal to researchers in the ubiquitous computing domain,
since it supports the fabrication of a variety of functional electronic
device prototypes.

Author Keywords
Inkjet-printing; Conductive Ink; Capacitive Sensors; Rapid
Prototyping; Digital Fabrication.
ACM Classification Keywords
B.m. Hardware: Miscellaneous
Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this work for personal or
classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed
for profit or commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation
on the first page. Copyrights for third-party components of this work must be
honored. For all other uses, contact the owner/author(s). Copyright is held by the author/
owner(s).
UbiComp’13, September 8–12, 2013, Zurich, Switzerland.
ACM 978-1-4503-1770-2/13/09.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2493432.2493486
Figure 1. Silver nanoparticle ink is injected into an empty cartridge and
used in conjunction with an off-the-shelf inkjet printer to enable ‘instant
inkjet circuit’ prototyping.
General Terms
Design; Experimentation; Measurement.

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Eastman Kodak Assigned Patent for Air Extraction Method for Inkjet Printer

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ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 26 — Eastman Kodak, Rochester, N.Y., has been assigned a patent (8,313,181) developed by Richard A. Murray, San Diego, Calif., for an "air extraction method for inkjet printer."

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: "A method of extracting air from an inkjet printhead includes using an air extraction chamber connected to the printhead. The air extraction chamber comprises an air chamber, a one-way relief valve having open and closed positions used in venting of the air chamber. A compressible member is provided to vent a quantity of air from the air chamber through the one-way relief valve when it’s compressed. The compressible member also expands so that a reduced air pressure is applied to the printhead when the one-way relief valve is in its closed position."

The patent application was filed on Nov. 9, 2009 (12/614,483). The full-text of the patent can be found at http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsearch-bool.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&co1=AND&d=PTXT&s1=8,313,181&OS=8,313,181&RS=8,313,181

Solar Power Cells Produced Via Inkjet Tech

Inkjet technology has allowed millions of people have the ability to print documents at home and even set up home offices. This technology may now even be used to create inexpensive  solar energy cells.

Engineers at the Oregon State University (OSU) have found a way to create successful CIGS – chalcopyrite – solar devices with inkjet technology which may  reduce raw material by 90 percent by creating precise patterning on the substrates and subsequently  lower cost of solar cell production. The cells could eventually  be high performing, ultra-low cost, rapidly produced and extremely thin.

According to the study, CIGS has extraordinary solar efficiency – a layer of chalcopyrite one or two microns thick has the ability to capture the energy from photons about as efficiently as a 50-micron-thick layer made with silicon. Current power conversion of a CIGS panel is about five percent, with potential to increase to 12 percent in the future. There’s also potential for future solar cells to be built directly into roofing materials with the inkjet technology.

While this technology is still in testing phase, it is a positive step in creating affordable renewable energy for home owners. Not only will the cells be less expensive, but because it uses less materials and hazardous materials, will also be much more environmentally friendly than traditional panels.

ITC supports HP inkjet patent complaint

 

SAN FRANCISCO — A US federal agency has backed its claim that rival MicroJet Technology Co. was infringing on patents for lucrative inkjet printer cartridges.

The (ITC) International Trade Commission issued a favourable "initial determination" regarding the validity of HP’s patents in the case, according to the California-based computer and printer maker.

HP on Friday said the ITC ruled that MicroJet infringed on HP patents while Asia Pacific Microsystems was a "contributory infringer."

Epson Commences Court Proceedings against DCI

– LONDON, United Kingdom, April 14, 2011 –

Seiko Epson Corporation ("Epson," TSE: 6724) has today commenced High Court proceedings against Dynamic Cassette International Limited ("DCI") for infringement of several of its patents related to printer ink cartridge technology. DCI manufactures "own-brand" ink cartridges in the UK for a wide range of high street retailers and also sells under its own "Jet Tec" brand. Its infringing cartridges are sold in the UK and in many other countries.

Epson takes a proactive stance against infringements of this nature in order to protect its brand and technologies, and to support its channel partners and customers.

Robert Clark, Executive Director of Epson Europe, said: "We invest heavily in research and development to ensure that our customers receive the best possible imaging results from our products. Attempts to copy our technologies impact both on us as a brand and on our customers’ experiences. As a business we are committed to protecting our investments, and our resulting products and technologies, the world over."

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Finch Paper announces new inkjet web paper specific for dye-based systems

Glens Falls, NY – Finch Paper today debuts Finch dyeJet for precision printing on dye-based inkjet systems, making the announcement in concert with the unveiling of its comprehensive digital paper program. Finch dyeJet completes the digital paper product line that already includes Finch Fine iD for HP Indigo (liquid toner) presses, and the already highly-acclaimed Finch Inkjet Pi for pigmented inkjet systems.
The Finch dyeJet revolution
Paper manufacturers have long been challenged with drying issues associated with dye-based inks in the burgeoning high speed inkjet segment.  Finch has solved the issue with a specially–engineered paper formulation including a surface treatment to maximize ink density and absorption, resulting in instantaneous drying at speeds as high as 750 ft./m.
Finch dyeJet’s smooth surface provides brilliant full color, CMYK digital printing.  It delivers better print densities for improved response rates, and fast-drying for increased production rates. Finch dyeJet features the stability and strength necessary for downstream perforating, folding and inserting applications.
Most commercial inkjet presses that incorporate dye-based inks are best matched with Finch dyeJet. These include, but are not limited to: Screen Truepress Jet520, InfoPrint 5000, Kodak Versamark, Océ JetStream 2200 and 3300.
Phil Hart, Finch Paper Director of Product Marketing, says, "Finch is proud to continue to serve the needs of the expanding digital printing marketplace. After the introduction of Finch Inkjet Pi last fall, our growing R&D team has again produced a superior uncoated substrate, this time balancing its focus on dye-based applications."
Finch dyeJet Specifications
– 94 brightness
– Diamond White shade
– Super smooth (100 sheffield)
– Excellent opacity
– SFI-certified
– Elemental chlorine-free
– Archival and acid-free
Finch created Finch dyeJet to give printers the ability to deliver better color with lower total costs for print-on-demand books, transpromo printing, and direct mail.
Availability
Finch dyeJet is commercially available in 24 lb./60 lb. text, 28 lb./70 lb. text, and 32 lb./80 lb. text. Finch offers a variety of roll sizes and custom solutions to fit specific application and print engine needs. Finch dyeJet is also available with up to 30% post-consumer recycled fiber and FSC certification.

Inkjet printers may be the future of solar cells

The next generation of cheaper, thinner and better solar cells could come courtesy of a technology found right in our homes and offices: inkjet printers.

As their name implies, inkjet printers squirt ink onto a material, such as a paper document or the silicon of a solar cell. The well-controlled, contactless deposition of inkjetting should make possible solar cells that are half as thick, yet more efficient at, soaking up the sun’s rays than today’s industry standard.

"Inkjet is very good at putting down patterned material – anything that has a specific layout," said Maikel van Hest, a senior scientist at the National Center for Photovoltaics at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colo.

Such precision allows for the placement of thinner metallic grids on silicon solar cells that serve as collectors of sun-generated electricity. These silver "finger" strips crisscrossing solar cells measure in the 100- to 120-micrometer — or micron — range, whereas inkjet-deposited lines can be as narrow as 50 or even 20 microns, van Hest said.

The thinner contacts expose more of a solar cell’s silicon to sunlight, which translates into more electricity generation. "(These lines) mean less shadows and more light onto the solar cell," said van Hest.

Using smaller portions of the expensive, electricity-capturing contact material — silver, a precious metal, being the most common — dovetails into lower overall unit costs as well.

Plus, the silver inks used in inkjets are more conductive than the pastes applied to solar cells nowadays, resulting in more efficient harvesting of electricity.

Delicate patterning
Yet another major bonus for inkjet technology is that it is contactless – the printer apparatus itself never touches the brittle silicon wafer.

Conventional silicon solar cell manufacturing has relied on a comparatively rougher technique called screen printing – the same sort often used for making T-shirt designs, for example – since its early days in the 1970s.

With screen printing, fragility becomes a real issue for silicon wafers around 100 microns or less in height, van Hest said.

Whither inkjet?
Given these benefits, it’s surprising that inkjet printing in solar cell manufacturing has yet to be deployed commercially. But significant hurdles remain — some inherent to the technology, and others as a result of the evolution of the photovoltaic industry.

For starters, shifting to inkjet printing from screen printing will require retrofitting existing solar cell production facilities, and inkjet printing remains the more expensive process up front.

"Inkjet (printing) is always going to be more expensive than screen printing," van Hest said, "but because you use less material and get more efficiency from the solar cell, you can gain a cost advantage."

Solar panel manufacturers typically offer a 30-year warranty for their products, and for now the jury is still out on how inkjet-made components might hold up in the long run. Van Hest said NREL is doing accelerated field testing to see if there is a difference between tried-and-true manufacturing and the inkjet approach.

"Companies don’t want to risk their money going into a new technology and run into problems in the future," said van Hest.

A bright tomorrow
The continuing surge of solar cells — which as a means of electricity generation grew a hundredfold last decade, according to a 2010 report by the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century — might start changing some industry minds, however.

Slashing the amount of silicon and silver needed per solar cell is among the most direct ways of lowering the dollar per kilowatt-hour of produced power – a shared goal of the maturing solar sector.

"Inkjet will become interesting if (silicon) wafer thicknesses go below 50 microns, versus 150 microns today for 100 percent of the market, because non-touch processes will be required," said Conrad Burke, the CEO of Innovalight, a California-based company that has developed an inkjetable ink currently used by screen printers.

Van Hest believes inkjet’s adoption will happen alongside many other emerging photovoltaic technologies, such as thin-film solar cells, and numerous other manufacturing techniques.

Epson Announces the World’s Fastest Automatic Double-Sided Printing Solutions for Small Offices

January 05, 2011

Epson WorkForce 840 Delivers the World’s Fastest Automatic Double-Sided Print Speeds, 500-Sheet Input Capacity and Extra-High Capacity Ink Cartridges for Increased Productivity

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Jan. 5, 2011 Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of superior performing printing solutions, today introduced the Epson WorkForce® 840 all-in-one and the Epson WorkForce 60 printer, the World’s fastest automatic double-sided printing1 solutions for  high print volume small offices and micro businesses*.

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The WorkForce 840 is the ideal printing solution for high print volume, multi-tasking environments that require maximum speed and flexibility.  It provides businesses with high performance and productivity features including blazingly fast single- and double-sided print speeds – 15 ISO ppm black and 9.3 ISO ppm color single-sided; 7.4 ISO ppm black and 5.4 ISO ppm color two-sided2.  The WorkForce 840 also includes a 500-sheet input capacity to load a full ream of paper, and ships with Extra-High Capacity ink cartridges capable of printing up to 1,000 sheets.

The WorkForce 840 offers a smart, easy-to-use 7.8” touch control panel with a large 3.5” high resolution color LCD to quickly access all printer functions, a built-in two-sided 30-page Automatic Document Feeder to copy, scan and fax two-sided documents, and built-in memory card slots and USB drive port.  Engineered for space efficiency, its industrial design is 32 percent smaller than the leading competitor.

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  • Scan-to-PDF, -PC and -email – for archiving documents and images digitally
  • Printing or copying multiple pages on one sheet – saves up to 75 percent of paper supply
  • Uses up to 70 percent less power than laser printers3, saving energy and money

“The WorkForce 840 and Workforce 60 models were developed with the business user in mind, and expands Epson’s already robust line of business ink jet printers and all-in-ones,” said Rodrigo Catalan, product manager, Business Ink Jets, Epson America, Inc.  “We understand that small and home-based offices with high print volume needs require a fast, reliable, and easy-to-operate printing solution that is cost-effective and produces top-quality output, and these models deliver on all fronts.”

Built for Business – Epson WorkForce 60 Printer


The WorkForce 60 delivers fast single- and double-sided print speeds – 15 ISO ppm black and 7.1 ISO ppm color single-sided; 7.4 ISO ppm black and 4.7 ISO ppm color two-sided2 – to help keep businesses running at full speed.  Packaged in a sleek industrial design, it also includes a 250-sheet input capacity, and provides a reliable solution to small business owners that require professional looking prints in high volume.

Additional Features of the WorkForce 840 and 60:

  • Built-in Wi-Fi® n4 and Ethernet compatible for network printing with the latest routers available
  • Epson exclusive instant-dry DURABrite® Ultra inks for fade6, smudge- and water7-resistant prints
  • Direct printing from mobile devices5
  • Individual ink cartridges for replacing only the color that is needed
  • Instant-drying inks to immediately touch laser quality documents and photos
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  • Designed to be recycled8
  • Epson MicroPiezo® print head technology with smart nozzles delivers ink droplets in as many as three sizes, some as small as three picoliters, delivering sharp, laser-like quality text while optimizing print speeds

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About Epson America, Inc.


Epson is a global imaging and innovation leader dedicated to exceeding the vision of customers worldwide through its compact, energy-saving, high-precision technologies, with a wide lineup ranging from printers and 3LCD projectors for business and the home, to electronic and crystal devices. Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises nearly 80,000 employees in 102 companies around the world. Epson is proud of its ongoing contributions to the global environment and the communities in which it operates and has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, an indicator for leading companies in economic, environmental and social criteria, for the third year in a row. Epson America, Inc. based in Long Beach, Calif. is Epson’s regional headquarters for the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. To learn more about Epson, please visit: www.Epson.com. You may also connect with Epson America on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/EpsonAmerica), Twitter (http://twitter.com/EpsonAmerica) and YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/EpsonTV).

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1Fastest in its class; printing black text in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734.  Compared to ink jet all-in-ones priced $199.99 or as of August 2010 based on manufacturers rated ISO speeds or independent testing.

2ISO ppm is based on the new international standard for measuring print speed.  Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity. See http://www.epson.com/printspeed for details, including complete ISO reports.

3Compared to the best selling monochrome and color multifunction laser printers available for $499 or less as of January 1, 2009. Actual power savings will vary by product model and usage.

4Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n certified; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used. Visit http://www.wi-fi.org/files/11nbasics_glossary.pdf for more information.

5For more information about mobile printing, visit http://www.epson.com/mobileprinting


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Display permanence based on accelerated testing of prints displayed under glass in indoor display conditions; album permanence based on accelerated testing of prints in dark storage conditions. Actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, temperature, humidity and atmospheric conditions. Epson does not guarantee the longevity of prints. For maximum print life, display all prints under glass or UV filter or properly store them.

7Water resistance on Epson Glossy Papers, Epson Matte Papers and plain papers, when using genuine Epson inks.

8See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options at www.epson.com/recycle.

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