This post gives some (more) visual impressions of the workshop given by Anne-Marie Lavigne and Celine Marcq on Screen-Printing Circuits. They have documented their effort already extensively here: http://etextile-summercamp.org/2014/screen-printing-circuits/
We were all provided with a nice documentation!
Information about the conductive inks.
and the way to get a better printing mixture.
silkscreen printing “on a table” instructions…
information about silkscreen.
E-textiles: there is always something to measure, like resistance.
and there are also circuits to be printed.
The goal was to have a working circuit and/or a capacitive sensor. The functioning was proven with a sound in a changing pitch.
Silkscreen printing is real physical work, done together!
And also solitary total concentration.
Abstract shapes of printed capacitve sensors.
Those with experience endeavered on their own adventurous tracks.
Either on paper or on texile, prints are drying on walls and benches.
Printing utensils, cleaning buckets and inks.
There were a few moments of frenzy where participants had to wait unwillingly in the sun until a screen was dry. At the right in the background is an energy harvesting experiment going on (of course).
Thanks: Anne-Marie and Celine!
The “big version” of the pictures in this report and many others can be found here: