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January 7th, 2010

Printed Electronic Circuit Process for LED Interconnection

Abstract:
Printed Electronic Inks

Enhanced thermally conductive inks are much more versatile. They can be used to make a more efficient thermally conductive copper clad aluminum laminate substrate by the PCB fabricator themselves (Figure 1) or could be used by selectively printing both the dielectric and conductive traces to make a thermally conductive circuit by anyone with a silk screen printer and a thermal oven (Figure 2).

Using CCD-120A thermally conductive dielectric ink with its nanotechnology-enhanced formulation in making PCB boards or even making copper clad aluminum circuit laminate, will deliver lower thermal resistance than that of other currently available copper clad aluminum substrates.

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