Chalk powder for 3D printing by binder jetting as a novel material for microwave devices is proposed. The electromagnetic and mechanical properties of the chalk powder exhibit an interesting potential for microwave and mm-wave applications, with particular regard to situations where thermally stable mechanical properties are important. A non-radiative dielectric (NRD)-guide in Ku-band is fabricated and measured as test case demonstrator, showing a good agreement between theoretical and experimental results.

3D-printed Chalk Powder for Microwave Devices: Experimental Results for a NRD-guide in Ku-Band

E. Massoni;P. F. Espin-Lopez;M. Pasian;M. Bozzi;L. Perregrini;G. Alaimo;S. Marconi;F. Auricchio
2017

Abstract

Chalk powder for 3D printing by binder jetting as a novel material for microwave devices is proposed. The electromagnetic and mechanical properties of the chalk powder exhibit an interesting potential for microwave and mm-wave applications, with particular regard to situations where thermally stable mechanical properties are important. A non-radiative dielectric (NRD)-guide in Ku-band is fabricated and measured as test case demonstrator, showing a good agreement between theoretical and experimental results.
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