TERA-print, LLC is a nanotechnology start-up company founded in the fall of 2015 to pursue the unique commercial potential of cantilever-free scanning probe lithography (CF-SPL) technology, which was invented at Northwestern University (NU) and to which the Company has exclusive access. The Company has developed a suite of novel nanofabrication instruments that function as "desktop fabs" and provide researchers with the ability to rapidly prototype structures and devices with an unmatched combination of capabilities in terms of scalability, materials generality, and resolution.
Quadro Engineering is the world's leading technology for achieving uniform size reduction, sieving, and dispersion. Our equipment is hard at work in applications throughout the pharmaceutical, food, chemical and personal care. We are the industry leading in process and size reduction equipment.
Our vision of "being the first in exploring new techniques and serving next generation applications of micro and nano fabrication technologies" enables our customers to successfully commercialize their new product-ideas. This ensures continuous effective development and economic stability.
The basis for our success is our products: lithography, bonding and imprint systems. We hold the dominant share of the market for all types of wafer bonding equipment and are the market and technology leader in lithography and nanoimprinting.
We all wish that developing multi-layer professional PCBs was faster and more flexible. That's why we're making a 3D PCB printer and a suite of nano-technology inks specifically for PCB professionals.
The Nano Dimension PCB printer is a highly accurate and versatile inkjet deposition system for printing multi-layer circuit boards. The innovative hardware, dedicated nano-inks and novel software bring new possibilities to a wide range of R&D, prototyping and custom manufacturing projects. Our highly conductive silver nano-inks are also available separately.
The main focus of the Hinestroza Research Group is to explore the interface between the technologically established and mature field of textile science and the emerging and revolutionary field of nanoscale science. The textile industry was the first beneficiary of the scientific developments from the 18th century's industrial revolution while nanoscale science and nanotechnology emerged at the end of the 21st century.
AFM and STM solutions that fit your needs!
For almost two decades, Nanosurf has been developing and manufacturing unique scanning probe microscopes (AFM and STM) to help professionals capture, analyze, and present material surface information with subnanometer resolution. Our products and services enjoy the trust of leading universities and companies worldwide. With our custom solutions, we can readily provide comprehensive systems tailored to your exact needs.
XiGo Nanotools was founded by Sean Race and Dr. David Fairhurst in 2005 with the mission to provide new innovative “tools” for the emerging nanomaterials industry. The Acorn Area is designed to analyze the wetted surface area of concentrated dispersions with little or no sample preparation, providing a viable complementary technique to BET surface area, analyzing nanoparticles as they are made or used, dispersed in liquids. Our goal is to provide scientists, researchers, and corporations with tools that are easy to use and serve as wide and diverse a customer base as possible.