microfabrication


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microfabrication

[¦mī·krō‚fab·rə′kā·shən]
(engineering)
The technology of fabricating microsystems from silicon wafers, using standard semiconductor process technologies in combination with specially developed processes.
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Research equipment for manufacturing and characterization of advanced materials, to include: a spark plasma sintering unit for fabrication of research samples, an X-ray diffraction unit for structural characterization and a high-vacuum microfabrication unit for melting and rapid solidification via meltsuction.
Final chapters are dedicated to heat exchanges in microfluidic system; microfabrication methods; and examples of products and devices of microfluidics, including interconnects, valves, and pumps.
Our device will be fabricated using standard silicon microfabrication procedures to produce highly controlled channels for sample handling and multiplex detection.
Fabrication technologies and materials are considered in chapters on microfabrication in metals and polymers, silicon microfabrication for microfluidics, and microfabrication in ceramics and glass.
Depending on the application and the form factor, it can be mass produced through microfabrication or through screen-printing on inexpensive substrates such as glass or foil.
Their topics include microfabrication using x-ray lithography, the size effect in micromachining, laser-based fabrication, pulsed water drop micromachining, deposition routes and applications for nanocrystalline diamond, and commercialization issues.
Adoption of microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors, a miniaturized form of conventional ICs manufactured by using microfabrication technology, is witnessing a tremendous surge.
With proprietary MEMS printheads, printing at the sub-micron level is possible, enabling additive, non-contact and digital industrial microfabrication.
In particular, sinergia features academic leading experts of i) organs-on-chip and microfabrication technologies; ii) bioreactor and tissue engineering; iii) 3d bioprinting; iv) induced-pluripotent human stem cells.
The Nanoscribe Quantum X targets specific needs in modern industrial microfabrication. Within its compact housing, prototypes of refractive and diHractive micro-optics, in addition to polymer masters, can be product produced.
Photolithography is a microfabrication method in the semiconductor industry, Ilika explained.
Here the authors report a framework for engineering three-dimensional integrated stretchable electronics by combining strategies in material design and advanced microfabrication. The authors' three-dimensional devices are built layer by layer through transfer printing pre-designed stretchable circuits on elastomers and creating vertical interconnect accesses using laser ablation and controlled soldering.