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Printing of nanomaterials is not new. The methods available on the market, which are continually being developed, include INKJET (printing using nano-ink), ESJET (electrostatic inkjet printing) and EHD (electrohydrodynamic printing). However, recently this sector has seen a major breakthrough. XTPL has patented and is commercialising a guided assembly of nanoparticles for creating (or, to put it simply, printing) conductive lines with a width of as little as 100 nm.

XTPL is working on a technology of ultra-fine printing of nanomaterials and it has just reached a new breakthrough by reducing the printed line width to 124 nanometres. The entire process of producing the lines is completely repeatable, which means that XTPL can start commercializing its original technology.

XTPL was one of 15 companies in the world and the only Polish participant to present its technology at the Climate Innovation Summit in Frankfurt. The meeting was attended by over 300 leading representatives of the public sector, industry and major research institutions who discussed international collaboration aimed at developing low emission economy and sustainable growth.

XTPL, the originator of the breakthrough technology for manufacturing ultrathin electrically conductive lines, has qualified for the prestigious acceleration program MIT Enterprise Forum Poland, affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Currently, the company officials are involved in a series of workshops and and compete to take part in the grand final, which will take place in June 2016 in Boston.