• The new process is called electrohydrodynamic inkjet printing and is capable of creating tiny 3D structures such as helix-like pillars which are thinner than a red blood cell.
  • According to Park, the process will have obvious applications in the the electronics industry and allow for the production of 3D electronic circuits of more delicate designs, which have proven difficult to create using existing photolithographic technology.
  • The maximum printing resolution represents an improvement of more than 50 times over the previous levels of object resolution. Park adds that the parameters of the process bring textile, fiber, plastic and even a variety of more exotic materials into the picture as substrates.

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