In this paper, we outline a hybrid process to print stretchable electronic circuits on non-planar surfaces. Using this process, the stretchable structures, generated using traditional printed circuit board fabrication technology can be printed on conformal surfaces using transfer printing by PDMS membranes. Three different configurations of stretchable structures for use in the circuits are also compared for their robustness of shape representation and structural strength. The application of the proposed process is illustrated through application examples.

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