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Home > Press > SUSS MicroTec Boosts Nanotechnology with New Toolset for Mask Aligners

160nm wide holes positioned in concentric rings as used for photonics crystals. Printed in Amonil MM S4 on a SUSS MA6 Mask Aligner. Source: FhG/IZM
160nm wide holes positioned in concentric rings as used for photonics crystals. Printed in Amonil MM S4 on a SUSS MA6 Mask Aligner. Source: FhG/IZM

Abstract:
SUSS MicroTec, supplier of innovative solutions for the 3D, MEMS, Advanced Packaging and Nanotechnology markets, has launched an advanced nanotechnology toolset for its Mask Aligners. The new Nano Imprint Lithography (NIL) tool enables SUSS Aligners to print resist thicknesses from less than 100 nanometers to a few hundred microns with a printing resolution down to a few nanometers.

SUSS MicroTec Boosts Nanotechnology with New Toolset for Mask Aligners

Garching, Germany | Posted on March 3rd, 2008

UV-NIL is a low-cost production technology that is based on UV-curing. It has been developed as a cost-effective alternative to high-resolution e-beam lithography to print sub-20 nanometer geometries. UV-NIL applications with promising perspectives include semiconductor, MOEMS, NEMS and optoelectronic technologies.

This toolset can be upgraded on any previously installed SUSS MA6 Mask Aligner with very limited effort. Therefore SUSS MicroTec offers its customers an easy and quick step into the world of Nano.

"Nanotechnology represents a promising new business opportunity for SUSS MicroTec", said Rolf Wolf, General Manager of SUSS MicroTec Lithography division. "With the new UV-NIL tooling for mask aligners, SUSS MicroTec is once again providing market leadership for evolutionary as well as revolutionary innovative processing techniques."

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About SUSS MicroTec
SUSS MicroTec machines are used by leading semiconductor manufacturers as well as renowned research institutes to make and test state-of-the art microchips and sensors. Many of the products you use in your daily life such as PDA's, GPS systems, cell phones etc. have at sometime been touched by equipment from SUSS MicroTec.

As a global supplier of production and test equipment for the semiconductor and related industries SUSS is especially present in markets including Advanced Packaging, MEMS, Nanotechnology, Compound Semiconductor, Silicon-On-Insulator and 3D Interconnect. Products include precision lithography tools (mask aligners, spin & spray coaters), wafer bonders and test systems.

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Contacts:

Brigitte Wehrmann
Marketing Communications Manager Lithography Division
SUSS MicroTec Lithography GmbH
Schleißheimer Str. 90
D 85748 Garching
Phone:+49 89 32007 237

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