Printed circuits on flexible substrates
Stretchable conductive materials
Laser-induced pyrolysis is emerging recently as a simple and effective method to make porous graphene from commercial available polymer sheets by IR laser induction under ambient conditions. The resulting product, laser-induced graphene (LIG), was found to contain few layer graphene with high electrical conductivity, high thermal stability, high thermal conductivity.
We are currently investigating several polymer materials as LIG precursors (even naturally-derived ones) by using an IR laser cutter/engraver with the objective to create stretchable conductors on top of thin and transferrable substrates.
Skin-contact tattoo electrodes