Metal Printing at Nanoscale Made Easy by Solid Ionic Stamping
This SEM image shows alphabets created using a novel metal patterning technique that is currently under development in Professor Nicholas Fang's group at MechSE. The technique involves solid-state electrochemical dissolution-based subtractive nanopatterning. Each of the alphabets in this image is approximately 1.8 x 1.5 micrometers in overall height and width, and the line width of the letters is about 200 nm.
- Prof. Nicholas Fang , 3D Micro- and Nanosystems, Beckman Institute
- Peter Schultz , Mechanical Science & Engineering
- Keng Hsu , Mechanical Science & Engineering
- Prof. Placid Ferreira , Mechanical Science & Engineering