Nanomanufactured products with higher complexities in function, materials, scales and their integration demand an increasing need for advanced manufacturing tools. It is driven by applications such as ultra-dense memory, individualized biomedicine and drug delivery, molecular reading and sorting, and nanoscale circuitry. The tip-based nanomanufacturing (TBN) platform represents a potent gamut of processes for such applications-performing various nanoscale manufacturing operations including machining, depositing, patterning, and assembling with in situ metrology and visualization. This keynote paper presents a comprehensive overview of TBN processes based upon "nanotool tips" applying electrical, electrochemical, mechanical, electromagnetic and other forces to perform manufacturing operations.
- Nano manufacturing
- Tip-based nano manufacturing
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Mechanical Engineering
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering