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Inkjet printing of ceramic materials

Marguerite Bienia (Centre Européen de la Céramique ENSIL-ENSCI/IRCER, Limoges)
When Apr 30, 2019
from 10:45 to 11:45
Where room 115
Attendees Marguerite Bienia
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Inkjet printing (IJP) is a shaping process allowing us to generate three-dimensional objects in a fast, precise and versatile way. First, some amount of fluid is pressed through each nozzle of the printhead. The generated droplet impacts a substrate and dries. Thus, complex architectures can be achieved, with a resolution of the order of 50–100 microns. Recently, this technique has been successfully extended to ceramic materials, for applications in the field of microelectronics. After a discussion about filament thinning and breakup dynamics for such systems, a novel coupling of drop-on-demand IJP with a pulsed plasma will be presented.