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    ABSTRACT: Current micro-fabrication technologies, such as semiconductor manufacturing have many problems such as complex process flow, huge consumption of natural resources and large load on the environment. Furthermore, they also require huge amount of equipment investment. The ink-jet printing (UP) technology which allocates only the necessary amount of materials to the location where needed, is a one of the candidate to solve these problems and it will revolutionize current manufacturing processes. As has been reported, it has been successfully applied to printable electronics devices, such as organic light-emitting diodes and organic thin film transistors. Inkjet technology which can produce fine patterns with features measuring less than 1 micron is developed
    Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing, 2005. Eco Design 2005. Fourth International Symposium on; 01/2006
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    ABSTRACT: We have developed an ink-jet system which allows arrangements of dots with a submicron minimum size. Using an ultra-fine silver paste, we achieved the direct print of metallic wires of only a few micrometers in width without any pre-patterning treatment of the substrate, hydrophobic/hydrophilic patterning, bank patterning etc. We also propose an application, such as direct printing of ultra-fine redistribution wiring for a build-up board and/or package. Since all of these processes can be carried out at atmospheric pressure on the desktop without special treatment of the substrate. The direct fabrication process using ink-jet printing can be expected to be a powerful tool for both nanotechnology research and applications such as micro electronics, etc.
    Microsystem Technologies 12/2005; 12(1):2-7. · 0.95 Impact Factor
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    Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, 2004. Digest of Papers. 2004 International; 02/2004