Nanotechnology explained

Nanotechnology is about the ability to see and to control individual atoms and molecules. It is typically measured in nanometres and the technology can be applied across many fields such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science and engineering. Nanotechnology enable manufacturing of lighter, stronger, programmable and more efficient materials. By changing the surface properties, new areas of applications are achievable and the potential for improvements are vast within various industries. Nanostructuring of surfaces may, for instance, increase the light harvesting. Another example is how nanotechnology may improve the fabrication of nanoscale electronics devices, allowing extraordinary levels of information processing.

Obducat enables progress within nanotechnology 

As industries progressively try to industrialize the benefits of nanotechnology, there is an increased need for new and improved manufacturing capabilities. Obducat’s turn-key lithography solutions give customers the capability to create and replicate micro- and nano structures enabling miniaturization, manufacturability, improved production efficiency and improved material utilization. This is all accomplished at a Cost-of-Ownership (CoO), which is an essential aspect for the continued commercialization of nanotechnology.

Obducat’s lithography tool platform consists of three main types of tools: Nano Imprint Lithography (NIL) Tools, Resist Processing Tools and Wet Processing Tools.

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