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December 11, 2009

Mtg: Large-Scale Print Manufacturing of Complex, Miniature 3D Structures

by @ 11:58 am. Filed under ALL, Communications, Computers/Software, Electronics Design, Engineering Mgmt, NanoEngineering, Optics/Displays, Semiconductors

WEDNESDAY February 10, 2010
SCV Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology Chapter
Speaker: Arthur Chait, President and CEO, EoPlex Technologies, Inc.
Time: Dinner at 6:00 PM (new time!); Presentation at 6:45 PM (note new times!)
Cost: $20 if reserved by Feb. 8; $25 after & at door; $10 for students/unemployed; vegetarian available; no cost for presentation only
Place: Biltmore Hotel, 2151 Laurelwood Rd (Fwy 101 at Montague Expressway), Santa Clara
RSVP: Through the website link

In this presentation, materials scientist and entrepreneur Arthur L. Chait will share a game-changing print deposition technique for the large-scale manufacture of electronic components and packages.? He will discuss the innovative EoPlex process, based on custom printing equipment and proprietary â??inks??? that carry ceramic, metallic or polymer materials to millions of locations.? This technique allows the manufacture of components with integrated chambers, channels, dielectrics, sensors, circuits, reactors, energy scavengers and other features.
Chait will further show how the process allows new design freedoms and advancements that were not available before.? Many parts are created simultaneously in large panels at high-speed and low-cost.? This new clean-tech process produces complete components that include miniature antennas like those used in cell phones, GPS and other portable devices.? A new semiconductor packaging micro-lead frame that offers better performance and lower cost in many portable devices will be launched in the months ahead.
Chait will describe how this print layering additive technique replaces many older processes, such as etching, plating or machining, which either require toxic chemicals or which generate fine particle wastes.? He will explain how this? platform technology is unique in the clean tech space.? In addition to the process being clean, some of the products the company has demonstrated, such as fuel cell parts and energy harvesters, enable small form-factor, alternative energy sources.

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