projection printing

projection printing

[prə′jek·shən ‚print·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The production of photographic prints with the use of an enlarger.
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Simulation has become an established and indispensable technique for the development and optimization of optical projection printing in semiconductor fabrication.
Almost 20 years ago, Wolfgang Henke, at that time at Fraunhofer IMT, started to develop algorithms for the simulation of lithographic projection printing processes.
It is a light-based projection printing method which transfers microscopic circuit design features onto semiconductor wafers that are then processed to convert those designs into precise microelectronic circuits.