Development of 16 Nozzle Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet Printing Head
We applied a sandblasting process on a glass wafer to fabricate tiny nozzles with a inner diameter of 60 microns and outer diameter of 100 microns. We observed a continuous cone jet mode at a DC bias voltage of 2 kV. Line patterns are printed with black carbon ink and the line width about 25 microns are achieved without any special surface treatment. The thickness of printed line was several hundred nanometers, which is much larger than that from conventional inkjet printing systems. Drop on demand printing up to 3 kHz was demonstrated also by applying pulse signals on a nozzle. Silver particle inks are also printed well and continuous line patterns are fabricated.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2013-01-01
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