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  • fig. S1. SEM images of the cross section of a CNT microstructure after infiltration of silver NP ink and dried at ambient conditions for 3 days.
  • fig. S2. SEM images (30° tilted view) of a square pattern of Fe (1 nm)/Al2O3 (10 nm) catalyst film and CVD-grown vertically aligned CNT on the same catalyst pattern.
  • fig. S3. SEM and AFM images of the top surface of a CNT forest microstructure (as-grown).
  • fig. S4. SEM images of the top surface of a circular (diameter, 100 μm) CNT microstructure at each fabrication stage.
  • fig. S5. Comparison of a square micropattern at each stage of stamp fabrication and the printed Ag pattern from this stamp feature.
  • fig. S6. Comparison between as-grown and pPFDA-coated CNT micropillars.
  • fig. S7. Optical image of a silver NP ink droplet on an array of CNT pillars (diameter, 100 μm) coated with pPFDA before the second plasma treatment (Fig. 2).
  • fig. S8. Schematics and optical microscope images.
  • fig. S9. AFM images and schematics (not to scale) of lines printed using stamp.
  • fig. S10. Transmission spectrum of printed Ag honeycomb pattern on a glass plate.
  • fig. S11. Uniaxial stress-strain curves and SEM images of the base regions CNT microstructures.
  • fig. S12. Optical microscope images of a nanoporous honeycomb stamp microstructure before and after multiple prints of the Ag ink.
  • Legend for videos S1 to S3

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • video S1 (.mov format). Wetting/dewetting tests on plasma-etched CNT micropillars.
  • video S2 (.mov format). Wetting/dewetting tests on plasma-treated pPFDA-CNT micropillars.
  • video S3 (.mov format). Wetting/dewetting tests on pPFDA-CNT micropillars.

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