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Thu, 14 Jul 2011, 6:05pm #1
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I post this article solely because it may have relevance to the issue of component printing for EESUs. This is pretty amazing technology. Many interesting things in the works.

Inkjet printing produces high-performance transistors


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Thu, 14 Jul 2011, 8:37pm #2
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This might be useful in a RepRap, a 3D printer that can copy itself (more or less).


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Fri, 15 Jul 2011, 3:29pm #3
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Nice catch.

It has always been a dream in capacitor manufacturing to develop a software driven printer to control the printing area and geometry. It takes hours to alter a screen.

The problem with ink jet* has always been speed, and viscosity control. A lot of picks have been dulled on that project.

The introduction of an anti-solvent is a nice twist.

* note to EEN...it was difficult, but i avoided reference to that other process.


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Fri, 15 Jul 2011, 4:07pm #4
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CapMan wrote:

Nice catch.

It has always been a dream in capacitor manufacturing to develop a software driven printer to control the printing area and geometry. It takes hours to alter a screen.

The problem with ink jet* has always been speed, and viscosity control. A lot of picks have been dulled on that project.

The introduction of an anti-solvent is a nice twist.

* note to EEN...it was difficult, but i avoided reference to that other process.

what what
what what
dude.....what the f--king what what...it's been your dream?

Capman you know that's exactly what Weir is doing. His mini extruder head is nothing but a customized print head attached to an off the shelf fluid dispensing printer with software controlled printing area and geometry which can be altered in all 3 axis's

Capman, our stars are no longer crossed.......Weir built your dream machine!

You are finally coming around to Eenigma's unshakable position on Weir's new process.......LOL

WORLDS ARE COLLIDING

Capman is IN, it's Miller time!


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Fri, 15 Jul 2011, 4:14pm #5
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CapMan wrote:

It has always been a dream in capacitor manufacturing to develop a software driven printer to control the printing area and geometry.

HOLY CHRIST, Glad I didn't shoot right past this!


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Fri, 15 Jul 2011, 4:34pm #6
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Eenigma wrote:

CapMan wrote:

Nice catch.

It has always been a dream in capacitor manufacturing to develop a software driven printer to control the printing area and geometry. It takes hours to alter a screen.

The problem with ink jet* has always been speed, and viscosity control. A lot of picks have been dulled on that project.

The introduction of an anti-solvent is a nice twist.

* note to EEN...it was difficult, but i avoided reference to that other process.

what what
what what
dude.....what the f--king what what...it's been your dream?

Capman you know that's exactly what Weir is doing. His mini extruder head is nothing but a customized print head attached to an off the shelf fluid dispensing printer with software controlled printing area and geometry which can be altered in all 3 axis's

Capman, our stars are no longer crossed.......Weir built your dream machine!

You are finally coming around to Eenigma's unshakable position on Weir's new process.......LOL

WORLDS ARE COLLIDING

Capman is IN, it's Miller time!

Ah, but did he build it, or dream it?
That is the question.
Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous forecasts,
Or by opposing, to end them.

NYMT

(not yet miller time) but close..

Can I have Guiness?

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