IDS, Inc.
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4-HOUR STABILITY TEST

The Nanojet process and apparatus are designed to provide multiple hours of stable, unassisted operation. Nanojet stability has been characterized in studies of line width as a function of time. In a typical stability study, printing is started and maintained for several hours, and linear traces of silver nanoparticle ink are deposited on a glass substrate at five or ten minute intervals.

Line width measurements of MicroJet silver traces deposited on glass over a 4-hour period of continuous printing. The average line width is 52 microns, with a standard deviation of 3 microns.
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