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Electronics Additive Manufacturing Lab (E-AM)

Lab Equipment

The E-AM lab contains the following processing and measurement equipment for printed electronics and 3D printing:
  • High-temperature 3D printer with integrated laser (Hyrel Hydra 16A)
  • Custom-built micro-inkjet printing system
  • Extrusion printers (Voltera NOVA, Voltera V-One)
  • FDM 3D printer (Ultimaker 3)
  • Flash sintering (Xenon X-1100)
  • Digital microscope (Keyence VHX-970F) for access contact York Microfabrication Facility (YMF)
  • 400W UV lamp
  • Spin coater
  • Centrifuge
  • Fume hood
  • Plasma cleaner
  • Polarized optical microscope
  • Hotplate
  • Stirring hotplate
  • Tube furnace
  • Vacuum oven
  • Microfluidic rheometer
  • Contact angle and surface tension measurement (Kruss)
  • Battery tester
  • Electrochemical workstation
  • Mechanical press
  • Precision scale
  • Sonicator
  • Flammables, acid, base storage cabinets
  • Fride, freezer
In addition, we have access to a variety of physical and electrical characterization tools as well as semiconductor processing through shared resources of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Lassonde School of Engineering.
Inkjet printer photo
Fume hood photo
3D printer photo
Xenon photo
Lab cleaning photo