Vorbeck Materials to start making graphene-based conductive inks for printing RFID antennas

Vorbeck Materials logoVorbeck Materials is planning to begin producing the first graphene-based conductive inks later this year to be used for imprinting RFID antennas on substrates. The new material could also play an important part in pushing forward efforts of creating flexible displays.

Making 'pure-graphene' is difficult, so Vorbeck Materials focuses on crumpled-graphene, which is a less pure form. It's still good enough to be used in RFID antennas.

Posted: Aug 07,2009 by Ron Mertens