In inkjet printing the ink is usually a suspension of particles in liquid. Suspensions usually have shear-thinning viscosities. Also they have large zero shear viscosities. To understand the jetting and drop generation mechanism we investigated [...]
, Carrion C.
, Cattoën X.
, De Los Cobos O.
, Durand J.-O.
, Lejeune M.
, Ribot F.
, Rossignol F.
, Sanchez C.
, Wong Chi Man M.
, SPCTS, FR
Silica-based microarrays for molecular recognition are realized using a piezoelectric drop-on-demand inkjet printer. A sol containing tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS) and (3-azidopropyl)triethoxysilane is used as ink to print azido-functionalized mesoporous silica microdots arrays clickable with various [...]
Printing technologies have emerged as a promising technique to realize low-cost integrated circuits. Among several printing techniques, drop-on-demand inkjet printing is an attractive tool for low-cost electronics fabrication. Inkjet printing can generate patterns of metal, [...]
The development of modern inkjet printing systems is a complex process that requires an interdisciplinary team to address numerous critical and fundamental issues encountered throughout the commercialization cycle. An inkjet development effort spans a broad [...]
EHD (Electro-hydro-dynamics) printing technology, one of the printing technologies based on EHD discharging theory, can be patterning of high resolution and high aspect ratio compared to conventional inkjet printing systems. We have been investigating to [...]
In this paper, we report the successful EHD printing and laser sintering of a 5 um width of metal line patterns, with the line thickness of over 340 nm, on a hydrophilic non-conductive glass substrate [...]
Additive Manufacturing (AM) pertains to technologies that fabricate 3D artifacts through the successive addition of 2D cross-sectional layers. Due to this layer-by-layer fabrication process, AM allows a designer to create geometrically complex artifacts with designed [...]
One of the key components in flexible electronics is the flexible electrode. Currently, the most commonly used printable electrode material is nano-silver ink which contains various additives.These additives, however, increase the electrical resistivity of nano-silver [...]
The application of inkjet printing to industrial processes such as microfabrication, bioengineering is attracting great attention these days. These processes involve large shear deformation of micro-scale and complex liquid, therefore, the importance to measure properties [...]
To develop an appropriate approach that can accelerate the wound healing rate or prevent other microorganisms contamination is necessary for wound healing. In this study, the combination of antimicrobial activity and photodynamic antimicrobial chemotherapy of [...]
Manufacturing devices with printing technique is one of the key steps in developing printable and flexible electronics or photonics technology. But printing fine structure with ink jet technique is relatively limited because positional precision and [...]
Inkjet print heads are commonly designed as a device having single ink reservoir distributed to all the nozzles of the same ink. For limited number of nozzles and head size this solution works well, but [...]
Journal: TechConnect Briefs
Volume: 2, Nanotechnology 2012: Electronics, Devices, Fabrication, MEMS, Fluidics and Computational (Volume 2)
Published: June 18, 2012
Industry sectors: Advanced Materials & Manufacturing | Sensors, MEMS, Electronics
Topics: Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication