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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in Biomaterials for 3D Printing of Scaffolds and Tissues
Presentation Title Combining Traditional Electronics Packaging and NanoJet Aerosol Printing to Develop an Implantable High-density In-line Connector
Author(s) Janet L. Gbur, Marcelino Essien, Dave Keicher, Douglas Shire
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Janet L. Gbur
Abstract Scope In implanted medical devices such as neuro-modulation systems, in-line connectors are sometimes used to improve the repairability and upgrade-ability of a system. A delicate balance of functionality, reliability, modularity, and component volume must be considered for in-line implantable connectors to be successful. Systems that can deliver therapeutic amounts of stimulation and/or collect EMG signals while minimizing the size and number of components in the sub-cutaneous space will benefit patient health through the reduction of complications related to infection or biofilms. In this work, the use of a hybrid of traditional fabrication and NanoJet aerosol printing to create a 32-channel high-density connector is discussed. The ability to print the electronic traces and the silicone matrix, creates what is anticipated to be a more customizable design approach. This allows for a modular, scalable implantable connector and the ability to further increase connection density, thus minimizing volume while preserving electrical and mechanical performance.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned:
Keywords Additive Manufacturing, Other, Other

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Combining Traditional Electronics Packaging and NanoJet Aerosol Printing to Develop an Implantable High-density In-line Connector
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