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- v. Present participle of nanoimprint.
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Nanoimprinting Equipment supports cost-effective micro/nano replication technologies such as nanoimprinting with UV and single imprinting for small and large areas.
He also covers nanoimprinting, a process related to hot embossing, with examples of actual research topics and new applications in nanoreplication.
"As an additive printing technology, inkjet-based patterning offers the advantages of process simplification, layer-to-layer alignment, compatibility with large-area processing and potential cost reductions compared to subtractive approaches such as electron-beam lithography or nanoimprinting," said Jean-Luc Delcarri, president of Altatech Semiconductor.
By engineering the 'skin' of materials using nanoimprinting, complex nanometre-sized structures can be produced - such as walls that are as colourful as a butterfly's wing; new non-slip materials; adhesives that do not leave sticky residues, and even chemical-free waterproof and anti-bacterial surfaces for daily use - with fewer processing steps and minimising materials wastage.
Thanks to nanostructuring methods, such as e-beam lithography, ion-beam milling and nanoimprinting, we can engineer local plasmon resonances at will.
With a specific toolings standard mask aligners can now be enhanced for nanoimprinting The combination of mask aligners with NIL technologies makes an economical and innovative package for R&D.