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Sam Rosenthal PhD

Sam Rosenthal
Scientist

Sophie Taczak

Sophie Taczak
Applications Scientist

Keturah Postell

Keturah Postell
Project Manager

Whether you’re applying chemistry to a textile, a hard-bodied part, or a flexible substrate, your inks must be specially formulated to be applied in a consistent manner and maintain desired functionality. Our team can formulate and test inks across a range of applications and substrates.

Conductive Inks

Conductive inks provide a more reliable pathway to apply electronic capabilities to nontraditional formats, including textiles, structurally integrated sensors, and flexible electronics.

Materic’s scientists have expertise in fabrication and tuning of nanoparticles for conductive inks, enabling us to apply these materials in slot-decorated, spray-coated, direct-write, or additive formats.

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Surface Active Materials

IR Reflective Treatments

We have developed specialty infrared (IR)-reflective inks and treatments that can be applied to textiles or other materials to substantially improve protection from fire or heat hazards, without compromising comfort.

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Biologic Inks

Bioinks support cellular viability, growth, and differentiation. This allows for the printing of live cells for biological research and tissue engineering.

We custom formulate inks for screen-printing of live cells with specific tuning to the requirements of individual cell lines.

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Surface Active Materials

Ceramic Inks

Ceramic inks allow for 3D printing and additive manufacturing of high-performing ceramic materials.

Our team is developing formulations for binder-free ceramic inks. These allow for direct firing and centering of a green part and eliminate debinding steps for potential contamination.

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