Super inkjet technology machine development for additive 3D manufacturing

  • 1 Center of Microdiagnostics, Saint-Petersburg State Electrotechnical University, Russia


The novel approach of fully digital and maskless manufacturing of electronic devices requires new technology set for electronic device manufacturing. These demands can be achieved by designing of technology equipment that can support such concept at technology level as well as on hardware and software levels.
One of the promising technology is the Electrodynamic coating that can perfume nanomaterials deposition to create structures for printed 3D electronics devices.



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