Survey of the Fabrication of Dry Adhesive Structures

건식부착물 제작에 대한 개관

  • Cho, Young-Sam (Division of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, Wonkwang University)
  • 조영삼 (원광대학교 기계자동차공학부)
  • Published : 2009.06.30

Abstract

In nature, some creatures have the ability to walk vertically or upside down on various natural surfaces. One of them, Tokay Gecko has billions of nano-hair at the epidermis of its digital. These nano hairs makes atomistic attractive force to the surface, therefore, it could walk and run on the vertical or upside surfaces. Recently, many researchers tried to fabricate the dry adhesive structure mimicking the nano-hair structure. in this study, I tried to survey these studies to discuss the direction of future fabrication works of dry adhesive structures.

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