Imprinting Lithography for Flexible Transparent Plastic Substrate by using Copper Mould in Mass Production – Miss Suphansa Lieotrakool
Suphansa undertook her MSc individual project within the Centre at Cranfield University under the supervision of Paul Morantz from May to September 2015.
Roll to roll UV imprint lithography is widely used nowadays due to the beneficial of low imprinting pressure, short process time and flexible substrate can be used in the process. The accuracy in terms of imprinted pattern and the position are also important when being applied in the manufacturing speed.
This MSc research incorporated design and experiments to evaluate and determine the effect of UV exposure time to cure resist layer and investigated the effect of resist viscosity to the fidelity of the patterns. Most importantly, the research investigated how these factors and conditions related to one another and applied for use in manufacturing speed in roll to roll processes.
Lieotrakool, S. (2015). Imprinting lithography for flexible transparent plastic substrate by using copper mould in mass production, Masters Research Exhibition, 10 September 2015, Cranfield University, UK.