Circuits Directly Printed Onto Fabric

Circuits Directly Printed Onto Fabric

By: Sereniti Huff

Researchers, from the University of Cambridge, have demonstrated how Graphene, a two-dimensional form of carbon, can be printed on clothes to make electronic circuits which are comfortable to wear and can survive up to 20 cycles in a washing machine. The electronic device to make this is low-cost, scalable inkjet printing of inks based on Graphene and other two-dimensional materials.