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Fabrication of Protruding Features in a Micro-Mold: a Planning Report

  • Author(s): Hartnett, Jeffrey
  • Min, Sangkee
  • Dornfeld, David
  • et al.
Abstract

There exists an opportunity to study the manufacturing process of protruding features for the purpose of polymer mold fabrication at the micro-scale. An experiment is planned using Taguchi DOE methods to fabricate micro-scale positive features by varying size, spindle speed and spindle direction. Data will be collected on feature accuracy, and used to further refine the experiment in an effort to produce a precise, accurate, micro feature. Results and knowledge gained herein will be extended to features of greater complexity, requiring increasing degrees of precision.

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