I am wanting to make homemade ICs. I know this is not feasable for years at least, but you plan now for the future.
Anyone in the experience of doping silicon and creating logic, I would like your input.
I want to create logic gates, at most 1/8" across. I want to know how, without mechanical components. Can I do it by 3d-printing conductive filament in special patterns? Do I have to use silicon doping? I don't really care about power consumtion, but 3.3v to 5v logic would be nice.
Yes, I know I could just use an fpga, but I want to eventually make the gates themselves.
Thanks for any input!
Returning to Spin after two months of not coding micros at all, forgetting to use :=