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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advances in Functional Materials for Printed, Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title Challenges in Gravure and Direct-write Printing of Nano-colloidal Inks
Author(s) P. Randall Schunk, Nelson Bell, Adam Cook
On-Site Speaker (Planned) P. Randall Schunk
Abstract Scope Direct-write and gravure printing are promising routes for meeting the increased demand for printed functional materials, such as electronic and photonic devices. While gravure and direct-write printing are substantially different forms of additive manufacturing in terms of scalability, overlay registration and feature size, they share common challenges related to processing particulate inks. Advancing these processes to achieve higher performing, more reliable and cost-effective devices is substantially limited by print defects all traceable to the presence of particles. In this presentation we will discuss some of the problems and solutions related to processing particulate inks, and pose some challenges to the experimental and computational mechanics community. Specifically, we will focus on fundamental effects of particle size, volume fraction and the like on printability through the effects on solution rheology, stability and consolidation by drying and sintering.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

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3D Printing of Soft Ionic Actuators/Sensors for Soft Robotic Applications
Additive Manufacturing with Aerosol Jet: From Prototyping to Production
Challenges in Gravure and Direct-write Printing of Nano-colloidal Inks
Delaminated Inkjet Printed Lines with Improved Electro-mechanical Behavior
High Performance Sensors and Antennas by 2D and 3D Printing of Nanoparticles
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Room-temperature Aerosol Deposition of PLZT Films on Polymer Substrates
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Stretchable Wirings Prepared with PU and Silver Flakes
Structural-resolved Study Of Piezoelectric Properties Of P(VDF-TrFE) Films
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