Investigation of a Micro-Progressive Die Set and Single Crystal Silicon Micro-Dies.

Nehme, Christopher.

Abstract: As nano-scale devices become commercially viable, the demand for micro-scale electrical connectors to interface the macro and nano world is increasing. Machining based techniques to create individual components, such as micro-milling and micro-electro-discharge machining, are time consuming and expensive. Microfabrication techniques based on lithographic processes are quite productive fo... read more

Tufts University. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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