Part II in .NET

Integrating qr-codes in .NET Part II

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The nal link in the development of solution-deposited electronics and other devices, such as fuel cells and sensors, is that of metal deposition. Both solution and nanoparticle precursors have been used for the formation of metals with good electronic properties.18 20 This approach is potentially enabling for contacts for large-area devices, photovoltaics, touch screens, displays, and exible electronics. New generations of inks have demonstrated the potential to produce high-quality metal grid lines (see Fig. 14.5) with properties comparable with their vacuum-deposited equivalent. Combined with ink-jet printing, this enables better resolution than more conventionally used screen printing. It also enables rapid patterning and prototyping without photolithography. In addition, ink-jet printing provides the possibility to deposit multilayer metallic contacts and even wraparound or 3D-contacts, something that is nearly impossible using conventional methods. In the future, we expect that the variety of contact materials will expand to include a greater diversity of metals and that development of new interfacial modi ers will aid contact formation, dope at the interface, and stabilize the structure. It is also possible to anticipate organic surface agents that work with exible substrates and that processing methodologies will be improved to produce high-quality electronic materials, comparable with those prepared by conventional approaches, allowing for new functionality at signi cantly reduced cost and process temperatures. Currently, features on the order of 20 m are possible by ink jet printing (see Fig. 14.5). However, with the rapid development of next-generation ink-jet printing and other liquid precursor dispensing techniques, feature sizes smaller than a couple of micrometers will be possible in the not-too-distant future. We note also that stamping techniques, such as those initially developed by Whitesides, Stellacci, and others, can move printing into the nanometer regime.21,22
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The Class block defines the name of that class that you are creating. The following is the usage of the Class statement: [ <attrlist> ] [ Public | Private | Protected | Friend | Protected Friend ] [ Shadows ] [ MustInherit | NotInheritable ] Class name [ Implements interfacename ] [ statements ] End Class The Class, name, and End Class are required. The name is the meaningful description of the objects that you create in your code, so it is important to think through your application and decide what the class names will be so that when your classes are being created, it makes sense to the consumers of your class. The name of the class follows standard variable naming convention; refer to 4 for a refresher on how to name variables. Table 14-1 lists the remaining options for the Class block, which define accessibility of members within the class. Table 14-1: Class Statement Modifiers Part Public Private Protected Friend Protected Friend Description Public, unrestricted access to entities within the class. Members are accessible only within their declaration context, including nested entities. Members are accessible only within their own class or from a derived class. Members are accessible only from within the program that contains the entity. Combination of Protected and Friend.
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1. Create split lines to add draft where needed. 2. Create draft as needed (Move Face can be used to angle faces much like the Draft feature). 3. Scale the part up to compensate for shrinkage during molding. 4. Identify the parting lines that separate cavity faces from core faces. 5. Create Shut-off faces, which are surfaces that close any through holes (windows or pass-throughs) in the part, and represent places where the steel from the cavity side of the mold directly touches steel from the core side of the mold. These openings in the part are capped by surface features. 6. Create Parting surfaces. These are the faces outside the part where the steel from opposite sides of the mold touch. 7. Create the Tooling Split. Tooling Split uses the faces of the Shut-offs, Parting Surfaces, and the faces of either the Cavity or the Core side to split a block into two sides. 8. Create any Core features. Core is an unfortunately named feature in SolidWorks. Even in mold lingo, the word has several meanings, and it doesn t become any clearer when translated into SolidWorks terminology. In this case, the word core refers to the material used to make core pins, side action, slide, lifter, or pull in a mold.
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