Orlando, FL/April 5, 2022 — nScrypt and XTPL S.A. have entered into an agreement permitting nScrypt to resell XTPL’s materials under the nScrypt label. The parties expect that the first product to be sold under the nScrypt brand will be XTPL’s CL85 conductive silver nanopaste. nScrypt intends to qualify the XTPL silver nanopaste for use on its systems and market the material to its medical device, defense, and space customers, along with nScrypt know-how for optimizing the use of the material on its 3D manufacturing systems.
XTPL S.A., based in Poland, develops innovative nanomaterials, specifically, conductive silver nanoinks and nanopastes. CL85 has an 82% silver content (± 2), with an average spherical nanoparticle size of 35-50 nanometers and a viscosity > 100,000 cP at 25C.
According to nScrypt’s CEO, Ken Church (PhD), “nScrypt is all about quality and performance. As we advance our capabilities to answer our customers’ needs, we look forward to providing advanced conductive materials with superior performance, such as XTPL’s silver nanopaste, which has many advantages, including printing fine features down to 25 microns with high aspect ratios. This allows more electrical current to be carried in a small line. XTPL’s nanopaste can also be sintered at temperatures almost 4 times lower than standard low temperature co-fired ceramics and still achieve the same conductive performance. These advantages will provide our customers with new solutions for next generation printed electronics made with our 3D manufacturing systems. We expect our defense, space, and medical device customers to have great interest in these high performing materials.”
According to XTPL’s CEO and Co-Founder, Filip Granek (PhD), “Our focus at XTPL is about bringing high-performance electrically conductive inks and pastes to the manufacturers of the next generation of electronics. As a result of the close collaboration between our companies, the unique metallic nanoinks will be offered to the innovators who are adopting high precision additive manufacturing technologies, not only in the US market. High metal loading and highly stable CL85 nanopaste will empower nScrypt customers by enabling long uninterrupted printing times, without clogging issues, even when dispensing through ultra-fine nozzle diameters below 10 micrometers. We are looking forward to the close collaboration between nScrypt and XTPL.”