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1 Author(s)
Onoe, M. ; Ricoh Ltd., Tokyo

A brief survey of the role of micromachining in office automation is presented. A size scale of devices and materials used in the office is discussed. It is shown that many vital processes are governed by micromechanisms although the macro scale is inherently determined by the size of paper and the human hand. Two types of microsensors, a multi-axis force sensor and a gas sensor, are presented

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Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, 1990. Proceedings, An Investigation of Micro Structures, Sensors, Actuators, Machines and Robots. IEEE

Date of Conference:

11-14 Feb 1990