Sullivan, John M.
Wodin-Schwartz, Sarah Jane
NTB Buchs (University of Applied Sciences)
This project applied the mechanical and chemical characteristics of Microcontact printing to adapt the current printing process at NTB to pattern adhesive and conductive epoxies on non-standard substrates. The process development focused on implementing new methods and process parameters to produce a thin and uniform layer of epoxy. To ensure a reproducible and optimal printing process, a series of printing trials were conducted and the final printed adhesives were characterized.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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