Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) printing is a new high resolution printing technology enabling maskless, direct-write, 3D, non-contact, conformal and additive patterning at the micron scale with a variety of ink systems and materials.
Scrona develops multi-nozzle MEMS printheads with ultra-high printing resolution capabilities lower than 1 μm. This R&D tool is addressed to advanced development labs in various fields of micro-fabrication and digital additive manufaturing.
Comparison between Inkjet & EHD Printing
Notion & Scrona Partnership
Both companies combine Notion‘s expertise in developing and manufacturing high-end printing systems for functional materials with Scrona‘s novel multi-nozzle EHD MEMS printheads.
The partnership between Notion and Scrona will promote this new technology in various applications such as display, electronics or semiconductor manufacturing. Notion Systems will manufacture and service the n.jet EHD Lab printer, primarily for high-level research and development facilities.
Advantages of High Resolution EHD Printing
The printing resolution exceeds conventional ink-jetting by two to three orders of magnitude, paving the way of additive printing into applications dominated by photolithographic microfabrication and enabling completely new devices consisting of micron scale building blocks.
EHD printing is used to replace established subtractive process sequences and reduces waste and energy consumption, which makes electronics production more ecological and more
economical at the same time.
Scrona Print Engine
- Additive technology that allows submicron resolution from multi nozzle MEMS printheads
- Multimaterial technology, works with ultra-high viscosities
- Delivered with GEN 2 Printheads, designed for future printhead generations