Ink jet printing devices and circuits

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Event MRS Fall Meeting

Authors

Ready, Steven E.
Ana Claudia Arias
Sambandan, Sanjiv
Technical Publications
November 30th 2009
For several years there have been many efforts to employ ink jet technologies in the fabrication of consumer electronics. The potential of displacing large and expensive pieces of electronic fabrication equipment and processes with seemingly appropriately scaled inexpensive alternatives is attractive. However, of course, the devil is in the details. Feature size, accuracy, registration and materials all have sever impacts on design rules, processing, performance and the types of devices appropriate to the technology. Here we present a look at some of the materials and deposition challenges along with solutions developed at PARC. The discussion will include the defining of printed features >5m with 1.5m drop placement and layer to layer alignment accuracy, the materials characteristics of the generally complex functional fluids of interest required for reliable jetting and device performance. Examples of ink jet fabricated integrated circuits, working displays, imagers and microfluidic devices and RGB color filters for 15" displays will be shared.

Citation

Ready, S. E.; Arias, A. C.; Sambandan, S. Ink jet printing devices and circuits. Materials Research Society Fall Meeting; 2009 November 30 - December 4; Boston, MA.

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