Use This Maskless Lithography Device For
Your Biology & Chemistry Experiments
Lithography is an oft-used process
in research and development, but as
you may well know, it can be time-
consuming. As such, miDALIX
created a photolithography machine
that can boost your productivity.
Called DaLI, the device employs selective
exposure of photoresists using a guided laser
beam, so you no longer need to utilize
photomasks. Your designs can be modified
quickly, fast-tracking the prototyping
process. What's more, the machine comes in
a convenient tabletop size.
The machine utilizes acousto-optic
deflectors and thermal stabilization
to create nanometer-precision
designs. It can be controlled via
user-friendly software that requires
no extensive training.
You can use it in applications
such as microelectronics,
quantum optics, and material
Standard lithography uses
UV light and a mask to cast
an image on a photosensitive
emulsion or photoresist.
This is a highly sensitive
procedure that can slow
down your production.
miDALIX has developed a
maskless process to
sidestep this dilemma.
To date, DaLI has been utilized by
prominent clients and academic
organizations like the University of
Cambridge, Taiwan University of
Technology, and Ludwig-
Maximilians Universitat Munchen.
DaLI covers all steps of
lithography, from design to
illumination. It can also support
direct conversion of CAD
drawings, saving you time.
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