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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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Fwd: MEMS-talk Digest, Vol 90, Issue 9



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Subject: MEMS-talk Digest, Vol 90, Issue 9
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Today's Topics:

  1. wet chemical silicon etch with photoresist mask (10um)
     (Robert MacDonald)


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Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 00:09:49 -0800
Subject: [mems-talk] wet chemical silicon etch with photoresist mask (10um)
Does anyone know of a reliable wet chemical silicon etch (isotropic or anisotropic) which can be masked by photo resist? I need to etch down 10um.

Rob MacDonald




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Fwd: MEMS-talk Digest, Vol 90, Issue 10



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Today's Topics:

  1. Remove TDTS cover from wafer? (Lukas Bogunovic)


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From: Lukas Bogunovic <bogunovic@physik.uni-bielefeld.de>
To: mems-talk@memsnet.org
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 12:43:21 +0200
Subject: [mems-talk] Remove TDTS cover from wafer?
Hi folks,

i have a question concerning
Tridecafluor-1,1,2,2-tetra-hydrooctyl-trichlorosilane (TDTS).

Before we do softlithography with PDMS, our wafers are covered with
vapour of this chemical. Sometimes, there are wafers that are not needed
anymore. without the tdts the su-8 structures on it can be easyly
removed with Caro's acid. That doesn't work for TDTS covered wafers -
they are highly resistant. Does anyone know how to remove this silane,
so that the wafer can be reused?

Thanks in advance!

Lukas Bogunovic
Bielefeld University - Biophysics and applied Nanoscience
Germany
bogunovic@physik.uni-bielefeld.de


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Fwd: You can now 3D print in glass with Shapeways



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Subject: You can now 3D print in glass with Shapeways
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If you are unable to see all the awesomeness in this newsletter please click here for an online version.
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14th of April 2010

+Glass 3D printing
+Doug the Diddle Bug & a cover for the Ipad
+Mother's Day is coming!
+White, Strong & Flexible & White Detail movies
+A Blender Ninja?
+Shapeways interviews Nervous, FOC and Genometri
+The Solidworks Student Edition & Shapeways
+Use Shapeways to make RepRap 3D printer parts

 
       
   

+ Glass 3D printing

 

Buenas,

As of right now we are introducing glass 3D printing on Shapeways.

You can already order these models in glass right now.

The Milky White Glass costs $5.99 per cm3, with a start-up cost of $15 per model. This price is an introductory price valid until the end of June. With this price the model below Emmanuel Lattes' Double Glass Moebius would cost $99.

moebius model in glass

It's opaque, it's porous and experimental. You can find out how glass 3D printing works & how you can get your design turned into glass here.

One very exciting thing about this is that the glass used is recycled and your models 3D printed in glass are recyclable.

Kind regards,

Joris

Joris Peels,
Community Manager Shapeways

+ Doug the Diddle Bug & a cover for the Ipad

 doug & coverforipad  

+ Mother's Day is coming!

 mothersday

Looking for a fun, personal Mother's Day gift?
Check out all the 3D printed Mother's Day gifts here.

+ White, Strong & Flexible & White Detail movies

 3d printing videos

Curious about how 3D printing works?

We have a movie showing you how your
White, Strong & Flexible models are made.

We also have another film detailing our Detail materials.

+ A Blender Ninja?

 blender ninja

We're giving away our rendering files under a Creative Commons License.

You can use them to enter our Blender contest
"Have I seen the best scene."

+ Shapeways interviews Nervous, FOC and Genometri

 interviews

We've posted an interview with design duo
Nervous System
.

We also interviewed Janne Kytanen of FOC
and Sivam Krish of Genometri.

+ The Solidworks Student Edition & Shapeways

 solidworks Mathijs came up with a short tutorial showing you how to use the Solidworks Student Edition with Shapeways.

+ Use Shapeways to make RepRap 3D printer parts

 reprap & shapeways Hannu Kotipalu shows us how to make parts for a RepRap open source 3D printer using Shapeways.

And while we're talking about 3D printers,
do we even want desktop 3D printing?


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