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Effect of Conductive Ink Properties of Tactile Sensors
The present paper deals with tactile sensors with circular electrodes in which conductive ink was used as a converter converting pressure into an electric signal. The dependence was studied on the thickness of the deposited ink layer and the properties were compared. Also the properties of identical tactile sensors in which a conductive elastomer Yokohama rubber CS57-7RSC was used were compared with those with conductive ink.doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.610 fatcat:y72kfcoco5axxniar35shw2qpi