3D-printer materials are becoming increasingly appealing, especially for high frequency applications. As such, the electromagnetic characterisation of these materials is an important step in evaluating their applicability for new technological devices. We present a measurement method for complex permittivity evaluation based on a dielectric loaded resonator (DR). Comparing the quality factor Q of the DR with a disk-shaped sample placed on a DR base, with Q obtained when the sample is substituted with an air gap, allows a reliable determination of the loss tangent.

Alimenti, A., Torokhtii, K., Pompeo, N., Piuzzi, E., Silva, E. (2020). Characterisation of dielectric 3D-printing materials at microwave frequencies. ACTA IMEKO, 9(3), 26-32 [10.21014/acta_imeko.v9i3.778].

Characterisation of dielectric 3D-printing materials at microwave frequencies

Alimenti, Andrea
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Torokhtii, Kostiantyn;Pompeo, Nicola;Silva, Enrico
2020

Abstract

3D-printer materials are becoming increasingly appealing, especially for high frequency applications. As such, the electromagnetic characterisation of these materials is an important step in evaluating their applicability for new technological devices. We present a measurement method for complex permittivity evaluation based on a dielectric loaded resonator (DR). Comparing the quality factor Q of the DR with a disk-shaped sample placed on a DR base, with Q obtained when the sample is substituted with an air gap, allows a reliable determination of the loss tangent.
Alimenti, A., Torokhtii, K., Pompeo, N., Piuzzi, E., Silva, E. (2020). Characterisation of dielectric 3D-printing materials at microwave frequencies. ACTA IMEKO, 9(3), 26-32 [10.21014/acta_imeko.v9i3.778].
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