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OSAKA - Japanese electronics giant Panasonic has developed a stretchable film for printed electronics, which could be used in smart textiles, with three European partners.

The new range of a soft, stretchable and durable substrates is based on Panasonic's Beyolex fully cross-linked, non-silicone, thermosetting stretchable film.

The first partner, InnovationLab in Heidelberg, Germany, worked with Panasonic on a pliable PCB demonstrator using Beyolex and sintered copper ink.

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