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09126 Chemnitz / Deutschland
+49 371 400 43-0
+49 371 400 43-40
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Reference Person: Mandy Gebhardt
+49/(0)371 / 400 43 26
3D-Micromac AG is the industry leader in laser micromachining.
We develop processes, machines and turnkey solutions at the highest technical and technological level. Our aim is to provide superb customer satisfaction even for the most complex projects.
3D-Micromac delivers powerful, user-friendly and leading edge processes with superior production efficiency. These proprietary technology innovations are now readily available on a worldwide scale.
Since its founding in 2002, 3D-Micromac AG has gained an established position as one of the leading suppliers of laser micromachining systems with sales and service partners in North America, Asia and Europe.
The different processing methods that are realized with our laser systems include micro drilling, signing, cutting, 2D and 3D structuring, welding as well as marking of different materials and thin films.
Extremely precise positioning systems, innovative beam-delivery concepts as well as numerous process monitoring methods offer the highest possible process reliability and a maximum speed of machining. The utilization of lasers possessing highest beam quality ensures excellent machining results regarding surface and edge quality with a minimum of damage to the material and marginal materials loss.
TLS-Dicing™ System for Separation of SiC Wafers
3D-Micromac’s high-performance microDICE™ laser dicing system separates wafers into dies using TLS-Dicing™ technology (Thermal-Laser-Separation). microDICE™ significantly reduces the dicing cost per wafer compared to traditional separation technologies. At the same time, cleaving with microDICE™ provides outstanding edge quality while increasing yield and process throughput. This is particularly true for silicon carbide (SiC) substrates, which are hard and brittle.