Screen printing for miniaturized sensing
CSEM is a privately held, R&D center established in 1984 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. From the beginning, CSEM has been committed to both applied and order-related R&D. This bridge function between economics and science is still a core aspect of the company, and CSEM has continuously adapted its research areas to the needs of industry.
MedPhab partner
Non-photonic peripherals Integration
NON-PHOTONIC PERIFERALS [Electronics] Flex-to-Rigid/F2R
NP1 Electronics
IN3 Component assembly
Flexible foil Stretchable foil Module assembly
in vitro diagnostics in vivo diagnostics therapeutics others
Technology provider Supplier Manufacturer Production services Integrator R&D
Functional screen printing for miniaturized sensing electrodes, heaters and other components. Printing of electronic leads and circuits on plastics and other substrates. 3D thermo-forming is an option. High quality sensing electrodes transferable to large volume production. Complementary electrochemical functionalization for sensing electrodes may be offered. Extensive experience in printed heating elements (transparent, flexible, or stretchable).
Name Functional screen printing for miniaturized sensing electrodes and fluidic integration
Print process sheet to sheet screen printing
Multilayer alingment automatic
registration precision 20 um
Minimum line width 50 um
Print thickness 2 to 200 um um
Maximum layout size 200 x 220 mm
Substrate material plastics (PET, COC, PS, PMMA, PC, PI, etc)
Printed materials metals (Ag, AgCl, Cu, Pt, Au), carbon, dielectrics, adhesisves
Post-processing options convection oven, IR-oven, UV-curing, 
Quality control printer integrated optical inspection tool
Functional screen printing for miniaturized sensing electrodes and flexible sensors. First report on electrochemical sensor integraton for an in-vitro diagnostic point-of-care test and the second report on an miniaturized pressure sensor array.
CSEM NP1 0002 V1.0
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ISO 9001
Typically up to 500 samples per month