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Nano-Imprint R2R Integration Into The Production Processes For Printed Electronic Products

 Thomas Kolbusch
  14th-Apr-2017
Description: Customized microstructures are used to manipulate hydrophobic/hydrophilic surface characteristics (water-repellent or absorbing surfaces, Lotus effect) or oleo phobic surface characteristics (oil-repellent surfaces, anti-fingerprint). Appropriate surface patterning can reduce wind resistance of airplanes, cars or wind turbines, imitating the “shark skin effect”, the “Gecko effect” or fish scales. Such modifications allow to reduce frictional resistance, limit or enhance adhesion or induce bacterial resistant effects.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Business
Contributing Organization: SEMICON Europa
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Integration of Nano imprint R2R into the production
processes for printed electronic products
Thomas Kolbusch, Vice President

27.10.2016

© 2015 COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH | www.coatema.de

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Summary
Overview &
Basics

Introduction
Coatema

Nano
Imprinting

27.10.2016

© 2015 COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH | www.coatema.de

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