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Lowering Fusion Temperatures Costs for Nano-Based Manufacturing

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Feb. 15, 2018 — A new method of processing materials for nano-based manufacturing allows intense pulsed light sintering (IPL) to be used at a lower temperature, enabling low-cost, temperature-sensitive plastic substrates to be used in the manufacture of flexible thin-film devices such as touch screens and window coatings. IPL uses pulsed, large-area, broad-spectrum visible light from a xenon lamp for rapid fusion of nanomaterials into films or patterns used in flexible sensors, solar cells, displays and other applications. The existing method of pulsed light fusion uses temperatures of around 250...Read full article

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