[Libre-silicon-devel] Using 3D Printers to create our own photomasks

Mohammad Amin Nili manili.devteam at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 17:27:16 CET 2019

Hello David,

Thanks a lot for the reply. I’ll check out the link ASAP. Are there any ongoing known research about this approach? Is it cost efficient for test wafers?

> On Feb 9, 2019, at 7:10 PM, David Lanzendörfer <david.lanzendoerfer at o2s.ch> wrote:
> You're already on the right track, but biological 3D printers aren't it.
> In the NFF lab we'll be using the Nanoscribe 3D printer, but it's for producing nano stamps.
> The life span of those stamps is limited.
> If you wanna go submicron you need a laserscriber with a proper resolution,
> as well as an exposure unit which can handle this resolution.
> Using direct transfer isn't suitable for mass manufacturing.
> Cheers
>   David
> http://www.nff.ust.hk/en/equipment-and-process/equipment-list/photolithography-module.html
>> Hello list,
>> I’d like to know if it is feasible/suitable to use 3D printers “like" the
>> following (something with better resolution) to create our own photomasks?
>> http://www.microlight.fr/bioprinters.html

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