Submicron conductive lines.
Made of generally available and flexible materials.
Invisible even for the light.


The Canadian manufacturer of solutions used by Intel, Apple, Samsung and LG is starting collaboration with XTPL

XTPL is shaking hands with Wise Device Inc., the Canada-based global leader of industrial microscopy automation development. The company is interested in using the XTPL technology in the process of removing display matrix defects that occur at the production stage. The collaboration plan has been confirmed by a letter of intent. Wise Device Inc. was […]

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The global sector of printed electronics is eager to test the XTPL technology

IDTechEx, a British market research company, asked businesses and R&D centres operating worldwide in the printed electronics industry about the XTPL technology. The results show the scale of interest in the Polish invention – 78.9% of respondents can see ways to apply this technology in the global sector of printed electronics and 57.6% declare they […]

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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.