2010

Printable Electrical Heating Element or Film Bonded to Metal Surface

A firm is seeking materials that can be printed, sprayed, or transferred onto a metal surface (copper, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, nickel, chrome) as a film so that, when connected to a power source, become hot and heat the metal surface to ~400 °F. The heating film or coating may be composed of several layers. The heating element must be >1mm, directly bonded to the metal, and able to withstand multiple heating/cooling cycles without delaminating from the metal surface.

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