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Visit Micro-LAM at SPIE in Baltimore

Micro-LAM, Inc. will be exhibiting at SPIE in Baltimore next week. You can find the team at booth 1059, presenting their products as well as delicious beer. www.micro-lam.com

High-Resolution 3D-Printed Stamps for Printing Electronics

Electronic components can also be manufactured by roll-to-roll processes, where a special stamp transfers the printing material to the substrate. However, common defects, such us haloing or bridging, negatively affect the performance of printed mater

AEMtec delivers ‘one-stop-shop’ for optical component requirements

If you need help with wafer treatment, preparation and packaging, offering advice on product and process development as well as volume production - all from a one-stop-shop, the company AEMtec could be your solution.  AEMtec was set up i

Bühler appoints Mark Macus as new CFO effective September 1, 2019

Andreas Herzog (61), who has held the CFO position for 17 years, will retire for age reasons effective September 1, 2019. His successor is Mark Macus, see the picture, (47), who was employed at Bühler before for five years and who currently

3D printing with Nanoscribe

The new Photonic Professional GT2: The world’s highest-precision 3D printer now offers enhanced capabilities. The limits of 3D Microfabrication shift toward the macroscale, expanding the range of applications. Volumes of dozens cub

Printing technology by Nanoscribe

Scientists at the University of Virginia, in collaboration with the Oak Ridge National Lab, have recently demonstrated a novel method for the fabrication of carbon electrodes for neurotransmitter detection. The research team applied Nanoscribe’