Date of Award
Master of Science
Various issues in automating the fabrication of three dimensional electronics were addressed in this thesis. The three dimensional electronics were fabricated by a stereolithoraphy and direct print hybrid system. Hardware and software limitations were discussed and possible solutions were implemented. Various automation software tools were developed, specifically a computer aided design to printed electronics conversion software compatible with various stages.
Received from ProQuest
Alawneh, Mohammed, "Software And Hardware Techniques To Aid In Automating And Troubleshooting Hybrid Systems That Fabricate Three-Dimensional Electronics" (2011). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 2225.