High Performance Laser-based Additive Manufacturing

HIPERLAM is an SME driven Research and Innovation Action (RIA) well-aligned to the Factories of the Future (FoF) Initiative with a strong emphasis upon demonstrating superior cost and speed performance in end-to-end processes featuring laser-based additive manufacturing in two key applications requiring high resolution printed conductive metallic lines, namely laser printed RFID antenna and laser printed Fingerprint sensors. Existing subtractive top-down process will be replaced by HIPERLAM
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Website: www.hiperlam.eu
Duration: 36 months
Start date: 01-11-2016
End date: 31-10-2019
Number of participants: 8
Total budget - EC contribution: 3756256 Euro - 3756256 Euro
Call topic: Photonics Laser-based production (FoF.2016.13)
Instrument: Collaborative project (generic)

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Challenges - (9)  

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      1. Comment:

        High Viscous Nano-Particle Metalic inks

      2. Comment:

        Printed Electronics is the key step for fully digitizing electronics manufacturing, thus being able to customize the product without making changes in the infrastructures or process.

      1. Comment:

        Additive Manufacturing replaces the need for wet processes which consume water and pollute the environment

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