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Laser Surface Texturing

Does your process require less wear and friction? Does the surface of your product require antibacterial qualities? Do you wish to enhance heat transfer in electronics? We have solutions!

With laser surface texturing, we create micro and nano topographies on your product's surfaces and enhance their functional performance. Be it self-cleaning, anti-icing, anti-fogging, anti-bacterial, anti-friction, or anti-drag properties, and even to improve the aesthetics of your products, we have recipes. 


Why wait? Join now and discover.

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Laser Selective  Activation

Laser selective activation is a critical process in the fabrication of molded interconnect devices (MIDs). It is used to selectively modify the surface of the molded plastic component to create a conductive trace, which is then plated with metals such as copper or silver to create a durable and reliable connection for the electronic components. 

We provide critical support to businesses looking to develop MIDs by offering expertise in laser selective activation and conducting feasibility studies. We can provide guidance on material selection, design optimization, and manufacturing process development.


Laser-Induced Forward Transfer

Laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT) is a technique that involves using a laser to transfer small amounts of material from a donor substrate to a target substrate. This technique has several applications across various fields, including electronics, biotechnology, and optics.

Our expertise in LIFT allows your businesses to incorporate this technique into the manufacturing processes, through the feasibility studies. Once LIFT is deemed appropriate to your business, we can provide guidance on process development, including material selection, printing parameters, and optimization of the printing process.

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Our expertise in microfabrication, computational fluid dynamics, and microfluidics prototyping and testing can be a critical asset in helping businesses to build lab-on-a-chip devices. By utilizing our knowledge and resources in these areas, we can help clients to design and optimize lab-on-a-chip devices for a wide range of applications, from medical diagnostics to environmental monitoring.


With our laser-based microfabrication technologies, we can ensure that the devices are precisely and reproducibly fabricated, while computational fluid dynamics can provide insights into fluidic behavior and enable efficient design optimization. By leveraging these capabilities, we can help clients to accelerate their development timelines and improve the performance and manufacturability of their lab-on-a-chip devices. 



In the next decade,  the global nanophotonics market is anticipated to expand significantly. Do you want to use our knowledge in laser processing to grow your company? To fulfill your dream, we are here!

Our expertise in laser-based micro and nanofabrication technologies together with characterization techniques will help you realize nanophotonics devices in a wide range of areas such as  Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) sensors, optical data storage, anti-reflective surfaces for photovoltaics, metamaterials, waveguides and many more!

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Computational design

Our expertise in computational modeling tools such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and multiphysics modeling (MPM) can be invaluable assets to businesses in the design and optimization of products before prototyping. With CFD simulations, you can analyze the behavior of fluids in the product design, optimize the geometry of the product, and predict its performance under different conditions.


By using CFD and MPM, businesses can reduce the cost and time associated with physical prototyping, and accelerate the product development cycle.  Furthermore, we can bring a level of insight and accuracy to the product design process that can help businesses stay competitive and innovative in the market.

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