DM-SAS-10030 is a screen printable flexible conductive adhesive that is used for wearable, sensors, medical devices and general printed electronics applications. The adhesive maintains flexibility when fully cured, minimising the stress concentrations that can lead to assembly joint failure.
£297.90 – £1,489.30
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DM-SAS-10030-ST is a single part stencil/screen printable silver conductive adhesive paste that provides excellent adhesion for applications that require assembly joint flexibility. The paste can be used on flexible low temperature substrates such as textiles, TPU and PET for applications such as wearable devices, sensors and medical devices. Excellent print resolution ensures the paste is well suited for fine pitch components. The adhesive maintains flexibility when fully cured, minimising the stress concentrations that can lead to assembly joint failure.
• Low temperature curing temperature (120˚C)
• Excellent adhesion ~70 Kg/cm2 (1206 LED)
• Excellent electrical conductivity (<100 mΩ//25 µm)
• Fine line print capability (<200 µm)
• Flexible assembly joint minimising stress that can lead to device failure
Once the paste has been removed from the container for printing, this may introduce contamination. Please do not replace the paste in the container. The paste should be gently stirred before use avoiding incorporation of air bubbles.
DevelopmentWe offer a tailored formulation development service to meet specific customer requirements for adhesive ink and pastes this may include:
- Specific electrical conductivities
- Development for particular substrates
- Different curing processes
- Different deposition techniques such as syringe, spray or other commonly used printing/coating techniques
- Stretchable adhesives
- Chemical compatibility
- High resolution structures
- Medical Devices
- General printed electronics