XTPL Submicron Lab Printer

Submicron Lab Printer
Plug and Play solution
to print ultra-fine lines


Ultra-precise printing of conductive lines in nano-scale may revolutionize many industry sectors

Printing of nanomaterials is not new. The methods available on the market, which are continually being developed, include INKJET (printing using nano-ink), ESJET (electrostatic inkjet printing) and EHD (electrohydrodynamic printing). However, recently this sector has seen a major breakthrough. XTPL has patented and is commercialising a guided assembly of nanoparticles for creating (or, to put […]

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XTPL consistently pursuing commercialization of its breakthrough technology on the global market

With its ground-breaking nanomaterial printing technology, XTPL S.A. is in the process of making intensive preparations to enter the WSE main floor. At the same time, the company is actively pursuing the next stage of commercialization of its solutions on international markets. The main application segments to become the basis of the business development strategy […]

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Transparency Extremely thin conductive lines eliminate the effect of light reflection (solar cells absorb more energy from the sun, while displays keep the same brightness using less power).
Conductance Our lines boast extremely good conductive properties. It is possible, because they are less than 1um wide, while staying relatively high.
Flexibility Properties of XTPL’s conductive lines enable their use on pliant surfaces, e.g. in flexible electronics.
Generally available and inexpensive materials Today our technology is based on silver, but we are planning to use copper and non-conductive materials in the nearest future.