Nanoimprinting technology is finally being recognized as a practical technology, but it is still in its early stages. Various kinds of know-how are required to achieve mass production.
Our nanoimprinting engineers have experience in leading R&D and product manufacturing at major manufacturers, and have a variety of technical backgrounds (optical design, semiconductor design and manufacturing, resin development, mold design, equipment design and manufacturing, etc.) that are necessary for mass production using nanoimprinting.
Depending on the customer’s objectives, these engineers can form a task force to provide custom solutions in the shortest possible time.
For example, we have successfully developed a surface-enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) chip through the collaboration of engineers from different fields.
The team consisted of four different fields:
– Optical simulation Engineer
– Nanoimprinting & Photolithography Engineer
– Process Development Engineer
– Bio Science Engineer
These members utilized their knowledge and experience to carry out preliminary verification through simulations and other methods. We were able to manufacture prototypes in the shortest time possible without repeating unnecessary prototyping.
The SERS chip was fabricated using a nano-imprinting technique with a gap control of less than 10 nm, which is much more reproducible than the conventional bead laying method. The SERS chip is currently being evaluated by several companies for various applications. With the help of a task force of experts in various fields, we are able to respond to our customers’ requirements in a timely manner, from prototype and design to mass production.
Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki City,
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|Optical Design and Simulation|
|Custom Mold Fabrication|
|Deposition / Evaporation|
|Etching & Cleaning|
|Inspection & Measurement|
|Production Foundry Services|