- Anisotropic etching
- Chemical etching
- Chemically assisted ion beam etching
- Cryogenic etching
- Crystallographic etching
- High-density plasma etching
- Ion beam etching
- Ion beam milling
- Ion beam surface reconstruction
- Ion implantation
- Ion induced etching
- Isotropic etching
- Laser Ablation
- Light-assisted etching
- Photochemical etching
- Physical etching
- Plasma etching
- Radiation track etching
- Reactive ion etching (RIE)
- Selective etching
- Sputter etching
- Subtractive processing
- Wet etching
The UD Nanofabrication Facility (UDNF) will enable researchers in academia, industry and government to create devices smaller than a human hair, supporting scientific advances in fields ranging from medical diagnostics to environmental sensing to solar energy harvesting.
The UD Nanofabrication Facility (UDNF), part of the research wing of UD’s Patrick T. Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory, has world-class capabilities in the areas of deposition, etching, lithography, material modification and characterization.
SAMCO was founded by Osamu Tsuji in 1979 as the Semiconductor And Materials COmpany (SAMCO). From its modest beginnings in a garage in Kyoto, Japan, SAMCO has grown into a $50 million corporation with more than 150 high-level design and production research associates at its corporate headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, sales offices in Tokyo, Tokai, and satellite offices in Kanagawa, Tsukuba, and Sunnyvale, California. The Silicon Valley research and development facility in Sunnyvale was opened in 1987.
Raith offers innovative instrument solutions for electron beam lithography, ion beam lithography, nano manipulation, electron beam induced deposition and etching.
Since two decades Raith instruments are extensively used within the nano fabrication and nano engineering community. Raith made conventional electron beam lithography accessible to a broad research community world wide.
With sub 10 nm linewidth guaranteed, Raith electron beam lithography systems provide state of the art performance.
The mission of the LNF is to provide effective, efficient, safe, and socially responsible access to advanced nanofabrication equipment and expertise thereby promoting, enabling, and encouraging cutting-edge education, research and business development from materials and individual process steps to entire systems.
Pulpdent's manufacturing includes a sophisticated chemical production laboratory and automated machine shop. To facilitate processing raw materials into finished goods, Pulpdent has developed complex systems and controls to ensure quality and customer satisfaction.
Metrigraphics is the world’s leading provider of ultra-miniature components commercially available at this scale of miniaturization and yield. No one else has done this in more industries or with a longer history. (That’s more than 50 years, with some customer relationships lasting over 20 years.)