Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review

This review provides an outlook on some of the significant research work done on printed and flexible sensors. Printed sensors fabricated on flexible platforms such as paper, plastic and textiles have been implemented for wearable applications in the biomedical, defense, food, and environmental indu...

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Main Authors: Dinesh Maddipatla, Binu B. Narakathu, Massood Atashbar
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: MDPI AG 2020-12-01
Series:Biosensors
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Online Access:https://www.mdpi.com/2079-6374/10/12/199
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spelling doaj-cc12c2b4073e4407bf609eeb77945bf32020-12-04T00:03:53ZengMDPI AGBiosensors2079-63742020-12-011019919910.3390/bios10120199Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A ReviewDinesh Maddipatla0Binu B. Narakathu1Massood Atashbar2Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 49006, USAElectrical and Computer Engineering Department, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 49006, USAElectrical and Computer Engineering Department, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 49006, USAThis review provides an outlook on some of the significant research work done on printed and flexible sensors. Printed sensors fabricated on flexible platforms such as paper, plastic and textiles have been implemented for wearable applications in the biomedical, defense, food, and environmental industries. This review discusses the materials, characterization methods, and fabrication methods implemented for the development of the printed and flexible sensors. The applications, challenges faced and future opportunities for the printed and flexible sensors are also presented in this review.https://www.mdpi.com/2079-6374/10/12/199additive manufacturinginkjet printingscreen printinggravure printingflexography printingflexible sensors
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author Dinesh Maddipatla
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Massood Atashbar
Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
Biosensors
additive manufacturing
inkjet printing
screen printing
gravure printing
flexography printing
flexible sensors
author_facet Dinesh Maddipatla
Binu B. Narakathu
Massood Atashbar
author_sort Dinesh Maddipatla
title Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
title_short Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
title_full Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
title_fullStr Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
title_full_unstemmed Recent Progress in Manufacturing Techniques of Printed and Flexible Sensors: A Review
title_sort recent progress in manufacturing techniques of printed and flexible sensors: a review
publisher MDPI AG
series Biosensors
issn 2079-6374
publishDate 2020-12-01
description This review provides an outlook on some of the significant research work done on printed and flexible sensors. Printed sensors fabricated on flexible platforms such as paper, plastic and textiles have been implemented for wearable applications in the biomedical, defense, food, and environmental industries. This review discusses the materials, characterization methods, and fabrication methods implemented for the development of the printed and flexible sensors. The applications, challenges faced and future opportunities for the printed and flexible sensors are also presented in this review.
topic additive manufacturing
inkjet printing
screen printing
gravure printing
flexography printing
flexible sensors
url https://www.mdpi.com/2079-6374/10/12/199
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