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Direct digital additive manufacturing technologies: Path towards hybrid integration

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7 Author(s)
Joshi, P.C. ; Mater. Sci. & Technol. Div., Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., Oak Ridge, TN, USA ; Dehoff, R.R. ; Duty, C.E. ; Peter, W.H.
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In the past decade, additive manufacturing and printed electronics technologies have expanded rapidly on a global scale. As the additive manufacturing techniques have become more capable and affordable, and able to work with a broader range of materials, the machines are increasingly being used to make advanced products at significantly lower costs and risks. The additive manufacturing industry is populated by a broad family of technologies, and the present paper provides an overview of key additive manufacturing technologies and their impact on materials processing, device applications, and future markets. Our R&D efforts on the development of core technologies for the realization of flexible electronics, and 3D microscale structures are also highlighted.

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Future of Instrumentation International Workshop (FIIW), 2012

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8-9 Oct. 2012