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Direct-write techniques for maskless production of microelectronics: a review of current state-of-the-art technologies

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posted on 11.11.2009, 17:02 by Yan Zhang, Changqing Liu, David Whalley
Recently, there has been growing interest in direct-write methods for the manufacturing of microelectronic products, as the entire electronics industry sector is aiming towards low cost, rapid manufacturing and shorter time-to-market, as well as reduced environmental impacts. This paper will review the main direct-write techniques, most of which have been invented or seen significant development during the last decade. These techniques include droplet-based direct writing, such as inkjet printing, filament-based direct writing, such as the Micropen and nScrypt processes, tip based directwrite methods, and laser beam direct writing. For each category, only a few examples are presented, although there are a number of specific methods and variants within each of these categories.

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ZHANG, Y., LIU, C. and WHALLEY, D.C., 2009. Direct-write techniques for maskless production of microelectronics: a review of current state-of-the-art technologies. IN: International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology & High Density Packaging, (ICEPT-HDP '09), Beijing, China, 10-13 Aug., pp. 497-503

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2009

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9781424446582

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