"It's more about the INK than you THINK!" 


ChemCubed's ElectroJet brand of Silver Conductive Ink is built to perform at an exponential level.  See the video below as it demonstrates the printing and sintering within seconds at the minimum recommended setting of 80 degrees celsius.  The low time/temp curing efficiency coupled with near bulk conductivity and jetting reliability, sets ElectroJet apart from the rest!  


Contact ChemCubed today to learn more about silver conductive inks with:

- lowest temp / fastest time sintering performance

- near bulk conductivity

- particle-free formula for jetting reliability

- fully compatible dielectric inks

- turn-key printer solutions

Multi-Material Printing Technology

We've developed materials and a method of printing electrical conduits, while concurrently printing a 3D structure. We're introducing the next generation in UV LED flatbed inkjet printers. Electro-UV3D printers allow users to effortlessly print conductive liquids, support and insulating materials. It's is the only one of its kind, and the system is capable of depositing highly conductive ink for low sintering temperatures. And, because the machine can cure resins with different material properties, it can create objects both flexible and rigid, as well as conductive properties, simultaneously. It's also possible to print directly onto substrates such as FR4 boards for circuit boards or Kapton® tapes for flexible electronics.

ChemCubed's technology is centered on the use of polymer and polymer composite emulsions of rheology, suitable for jetting by means of common, commercial piezo-effect, inkjet “additive process” 3D printing equipment. The new materials being researched and produced have specific physical, electrical and chemical characteristics needed for both jettability and final application specifications. There are presently no comparable products or services available.


Examples of market applications: 

  • 3D additive mechanical and electrical parts, specifically for functional and/or structural performance demands of end-use applications in aerospace, automotive, military/defense, medical electronics, consumer electronics and many more.

  • 3D additive materials for optical devices

  • 3D additive dental appliances

  • 3D additive multi-layered, small-scale circuit-boards