In recent years, 3D-printing techniques are attracting increasing interest because of the variety of possible applications (i.e. biomedical applications, design), the large versatility and relative low-costs. Moreover, by combining the 3D-printing technology with other processes (i.e. wet metallization), it is possible to provide an innovative, high-customizable and cheap fabrication procedure for sensors, such as accelerometers. In this work, the design and the fabrication of a uniaxial and a multi-axial accelerometers are proposed from the simulation to the final prototyping.

3D-printing and wet metallization for uniaxial and multi-axial accelerometers

Zega, Valentina;Credi, Caterina;Invernizzi, Marta;Bernasconi, Roberto;Langfelder, Giacomo;Cigada, Alfredo;Magagnin, Luca;Levi, Marinella;Corigliano, Alberto
2018

Abstract

In recent years, 3D-printing techniques are attracting increasing interest because of the variety of possible applications (i.e. biomedical applications, design), the large versatility and relative low-costs. Moreover, by combining the 3D-printing technology with other processes (i.e. wet metallization), it is possible to provide an innovative, high-customizable and cheap fabrication procedure for sensors, such as accelerometers. In this work, the design and the fabrication of a uniaxial and a multi-axial accelerometers are proposed from the simulation to the final prototyping.
2018 19th International Conference on Thermal, Mechanical and Multi-Physics Simulation and Experiments in Microelectronics and Microsystems, EuroSimE 2018
9781538623596
3D-printing, wet metallization, accelerometers
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