micro machining


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micro machining

Making microminiaturized devices using the same manufacturing techniques employed by the semiconductor industry. See MEMS.
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Bill Hennessey, the founder of ALIO Industries, has written an article on laser micro machining motion systems specifically for this magazine.
Atometric's product line of micro machining centers provide a 100 mm x 100 mm x 100 mm 5-axis contouring work envelop in a machine within a 1 m x 1 m footprint, drawing less than 1 kW power.
Synova has an installed base of some 150 systems worldwide and supports customer applications and testing at its head-quarters in Ecublens-Lausanne, Switzerland, as well as in well equipped Micro Machining Centers (MMC) across the globe.
MEMS can achieve dimensional control and precision beyond the realm of other micro machining techniques.
Once the possibilities start to unfold, contact a design house familiar with MEMS products, or contact a MEMS foundry yourself: often just a sketch of what micro machining you are trying to achieve is a great starting point for discussing what is feasible, what is practical, and often yields suggestions back to the designer on how to design for a smarter process flow.
MemsTech is an independent sensor manufacturing company with capabilities for sensor wafer fabrication, micro machining and sensor packaging, calibration, and test.
Alcatel Micro Machining Systems (AMMS) is recognized for its leadership in supplying high-speed deep plasma etching systems for fabricating MEMS and 3D semiconductors.
The software is ideal for engineering students studying design topics in power electronics, drive technology, electromagnetic actuators and electric machines, controls, transportation technology, micro machining, mechatronics and sensor systems.
The new FormFactor PH150S(TM) wafer probe card leverages FormFactor's proprietary technologies, including its MicroSpring(R) contact and design technologies and its precision micro machining manufacturing processes, to cost-effectively expand wafer test capacity and reduce total cost of test.
Antoine Dominic, President and Chief Operating Officer, added, "We believe the outlook for economic activity in Europe is excellent, and the outlook there for lasers, engraving and marking systems, micro machining systems for a variety of applications and complete automation/systemation solutions is even brighter.
Our early in vitro testing of the erbium laser system on hard tissue structures for use in dentistry and orthopedics, along with the preliminary results of the micro machining capability of the erbium laser for use in industry, are extremely encouraging.