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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advances in Functional Materials for Printed, Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title Additive Manufacturing with Aerosol Jet: From Prototyping to Production
Author(s) Kelley McDonald, M. Schrandt, M. Renn
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Kelley McDonald
Abstract Scope Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology is evolving the field of additive manufacturing in the areas of electronics, energy, sensors, aerospace and defense and the Internet of Things (IoT). Our production-grade aerosol-based printers support a broad set of functional materials, from ceramic coatings to conductors and adhesives. It enables customers to conformally pattern materials onto existing 3D parts that were produced using conventional manufacturing methods, such as CNC machining, injection molding, or 3D printing. A combination of chemistry and post-treatment allows functional electronic structures to be fabricated directly on low temperature substrates. Conductive inks including Ag, Au, Cu, and other metals and alloys have been developed with cure temperatures less than 120 C, and higher temperature ceramics, ruthenates, and ferrites are cured using proprietary laser treatment. Optomec employs a rigorous materials qualification process including extended run times; resistivity and tape test standards; and environmental tests such as 85/85 heat/humidity, salt spray, post environmental tape tests. These tests are conducted in conjunction with real world production opportunities including antennas, sensors, and advanced semiconductor packaging. The technology enables the production of components that would be difficult or impossible to create with other traditional or additive manufacturing techniques.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

3-D Printed Polymer-based Gas Sensors
3D Electronics and Sensor Circuits by Combining Conventional PCB Technology with Low Temperature Embedding and Forming
3D Printed Anodes for Al-air Batteries
3D Printing of Metals and Metal Oxides from Solution for Energy and Biomedical Applications
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
Highly Stretchable Metallic Interconnects on Polymer Substrates: Architecture and Mechanisms
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Materials Integration for Flexible Electronics: Cu-interconnects, Supercapacitors
Microheater Array Powder Sintering: A New Process for Printed Electronics
Nondestructive Examination Study in P(VDF-TrFE) Filter System and PM2.5 Spatial Resolution Technology by Using Synchrotron Transmission X-ray Microscopy
Printable Functional Materials for Smart Fabrics
Recent Advancement on Printed, Stretchable, and Wearable Electronics in 2D Materials
Room-temperature Aerosol Deposition of PLZT Films on Polymer Substrates
Single-crystalline-like Semiconductor Films on Flexible Substrates: A Route towards Roll-to-roll Manufacturing of High-performance Electronic Devices
Stretchable Wirings Prepared with PU and Silver Flakes
Structural-resolved Study Of Piezoelectric Properties Of P(VDF-TrFE) Films
Textile-enabled Wearable Energy Storage Devices (invited)
Transparent Field Effect Biosensors Printed on Highly Curved Surfaces
Ultrafast Pulsed Light Sintering of Thermoelectric Nanoparticles

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