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The Giga-to-Nanoelectronics Centre has reopened for research activities, as of August 17 2020.  Researchers wishing to use the facilities are required to review the new and additional safety material listed in the link at the left side of this page.

Ceradrop Printer

photo of ceradrop printerThe CeraPrinter L-Series is a native multimaterial inkjet printer with two printheads, enabling two materials to be printed at any discrete resolution with an accuracy of +/- 2.5 µm. The system is built around easily interchangeable printheads, coming from different printhead manufacturers, ensuring high process repeatability, high jetting accuracy and broad materials compatibility.


photo of Ceradrop print headThe system is able to deposit a wide range of inks (water based, oil, solvent, UV, biological fluid) dedicated to printed electronics (conductive, dielectric, magnetic, piezoelectric, semiconducting, photocatalytic, etc.) onto different kinds of substrates such as plastic, paper, glass, ceramics,
silicon.