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contact print

[′kän‚takt ‚print]
(graphic arts)
A photographic image produced by the exposure of a sensitized emulsion in direct contact with a negative or positive transparency.
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A: Contact printing is achieved when the entire stencil contacts the substrate during the print process.
The fabrication method employed is derived from a quantum-dot contact printing method originally developed at MIT.
EVG) and MOTOROLA Labs (NYSE: MOT) today formally announced the availability of a proprietary mask coating technology developed by Motorola Labs for increasing contact printing device yields.
Seth's work at QD Vision has driven several technological firsts including the manufacture of the first quantum dot display, significant advances to the contact printing process he invented at MIT, and achieving the highest reported performance from a quantum dot LED," said Mark Comerford, CEO of QD Vision.
This effectively eliminates mask cleaning in proximity printing and, even, in contact printing, making 1XFFL a cost-effective lithography solution for volume production of thick-resist applications, such as advanced packaging, MEMS and LED.
Kirk O'Brien, Point Technologies' President, said, "We are extremely pleased to sign this agreement with Incyte as it establishes Point Tech as the FIRST microarray spotting pin manufacturer to sublicense the basic technology patents for nucleic acid contact printing.
The DI system exposes the photoresist layer without using a mask, thereby eliminating all intermediate steps, such as the creation and use of phototool masks which are required in conventional contact printing processes.
The reduction in linewidths is pushing the capability of traditional PC board contact printing techniques past their performance limits.
The reduction in linewidths in the chip packaging segment of the HDI market is pushing the capability of traditional PC board contact printing techniques past their performance limits.
Laser direct imaging dramatically reduces manufacturing costs by eliminating artwork costs and scrap created by contact printing.