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Function follows form: combining nanoimprint and inkjet printing
Author(s): M. Muehlberger; M. J. Haslinger; J. Kurzmann; M. Ikeda; A. Fuchsbauer; T. Faury; T. Koepplmayr; H. Ausserhuber; J. Kastner; C. Woegerer; D. Fechtig
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Paper Abstract

We are investigating the possibilities and the technical requirements to do nanopatterning on arbitrary curved surfaces. This is done considering the opportunities and possibilities of additive manufacturing. One of the key elements is the necessity to deposit material in well-defined areas of various complex 3D objects. In order to achieve this we are developing a robot-based inkjet printing. We report on our progress with this respect and also on our efforts to perform nanoimprinting on curved, possibly 3D-printed objects using materials that can be deposited by inkjet printing. In the framework of this article, we provide an overview over our current status, the challenges and an outlook.

Paper Details

Date Published: 28 September 2017
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 10446, 33rd European Mask and Lithography Conference, 104460Z (28 September 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2282503
Show Author Affiliations
M. Muehlberger, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
M. J. Haslinger, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
J. Kurzmann, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
M. Ikeda, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
A. Fuchsbauer, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
T. Faury, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
T. Koepplmayr, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
H. Ausserhuber, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
J. Kastner, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
C. Woegerer, Profactor GmbH (Austria)
D. Fechtig, Profactor GmbH (Austria)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10446:
33rd European Mask and Lithography Conference
Uwe F.W. Behringer; Jo Finders, Editor(s)

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