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How to Print a Super-Thin Touchscreen Display on Just About Anything - Gizmodo
"But the trio propose something much simpler, beginning with designing a simple circuit using any kind of desktop image editor. When you have your display set up as a vector file, you print it using any number of conventional printing processes, from inkjet printer to an actual analog screen printer.

What’s more important than the application method is the ink you use—and in what order. The ink is applied in four layers: First there’s the silver conductor, then a dielectric layer, a phosphor layer, and finally, a translucent conductor. Those two outer conductors sandwich the phosphor layer, which emits the light when a charge is run through the ink.” High-res

How to Print a Super-Thin Touchscreen Display on Just About Anything - Gizmodo

"But the trio propose something much simpler, beginning with designing a simple circuit using any kind of desktop image editor. When you have your display set up as a vector file, you print it using any number of conventional printing processes, from inkjet printer to an actual analog screen printer.

What’s more important than the application method is the ink you use—and in what order. The ink is applied in four layers: First there’s the silver conductor, then a dielectric layer, a phosphor layer, and finally, a translucent conductor. Those two outer conductors sandwich the phosphor layer, which emits the light when a charge is run through the ink.”

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