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MEMS Micromachining Overview Learning Module

This category contains the MEMS Micromachining Overview Learning module (Instructor guide, Participant guide and PowerPoint presentation).  This learning modules provides an overview of the three more common processes used to fabricate microsystem devices:  bulk, surface and LIGA.

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MEMS Micromachining Narrated Presentation MEMS Micromachining Narrated Presentation

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This is a narrated presentation of the MEMS Micromachining Processes in the MP4 format.

MEMS Micromachining Narrated Presentation MEMS Micromachining Narrated Presentation

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This is a narration version of the MEMS Micromachining Overview.  It is in a MP4 format.

MEMS Micromachining Overview Participant Guide MEMS Micromachining Overview Participant Guide

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MEMS Micromachining Overview Learning Module - Participant (Student) Guide

This learning module is an overview of the most common methods of micromachining processes used to fabricate micro-sized devices.  The three processes covered are bulk, surface and LIGA. Applications and examples of each are discussed as well as an overview of the unique fabrication methods for each process.

This learning module consists of a pre and post quiz, reading material and two activities.

Latest revision May, 2012

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