Update on Process Parameters and Methods for Multi-Material 3D Printing of Liquid Metal Interconnects

  • Authors:
    Matthew Johnston (Oregon State Univ.)
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    Publication Type:
    Deliverable Report
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    2712.021 (Oregon State University)


In this report, we summarize recent progress toward optimization and characterization of multi-process, multi-material 3D printing. Specifically, we describe process development and experimental results using modified liquid metal materials with gel-like properties that enable 3D printing of self-supporting liquid metal structures, interconnects, and electrical vias. In the next project period, we will focus on characterization of these liquid metal interconnects in response to static and dynamic deformations to inform the design of adaptive electrical IC interface circuits.

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