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|標題:||High fill-factor microlens array mold insert fabrication using a thermal reflow process|
|期刊/報告no：:||Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Volume 14, Issue 8, Page(s) 1197-1204.|
|摘要:||An extreme high fill-factor microlens array mold insert in photoresist fabrication using a thermal reflow process is presented. The experimental results proved that a square microlens array could be produced without a peripheral gap. A square microlens array with an extreme high fill-factor (almost 100%) was successfully fabricated. In this experiment, square photoresist columns were formed on a silicon substrate using a lithographic process. The square pattern was laid out in an ortho-square on a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) based mask. Precise temperature and time control was used during the thermal reflow process. The square microlens array was formed from the uniformly flowing melted photoresist. The photoresist column surface transforms into a spherical profile due to the surface tension effect. The error was within +/-8% between the fabricated microlens characteristics and the theoretical model used to predict the photoresist column thickness and actual thickness. This model is feasible for fabricating various sized high fill-factor square microlens arrays.|
|Appears in Collections:||精密工程研究所|
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