Mesoline’s microchannel particle deposition (MPD) technology represents a completely new semiconductor manufacturing process that can fabricate very precise 3D-microstructures using nanoparticles. By harnessing microfluidics, our machines can build wafer-scale microstructures with unprecedented accuracy, in a matter of minutes. We offer our customers a unique platform which combines tooling and years of expertise in MPD. This allows customers to create new devices incorporating nanoparticle based functional elements and metal layers
A microstructured stamp is aligned to the wafer and carefully brought in contact by the Mesoline production tool.
+ 4” up to 8” wafer capability.
+ Wafer scale printing capabilities.
+ Client tailored feature layout and design.
Nano ink is injected into the stamp, filling the microstructures within it. With our in-house developed process unique nano materials can be printed:
The stamp is removed to reveal free-standing microstructures built-up from nanoparticles.
+ Micron resolution
+ Nanometer form accuracy
+ Complex structures: e.g. High aspect ratio or Unique shapes.
Mesoline has developed Microchannel Particle Deposition (MPD), a cost-effective and scalable platform technology for nanomaterial deposition. MPD enables next generation semiconductor devices such as sensors and other ultra-miniaturized products.
Founded in 2017, Mesoline is headquartered in The Netherlands and enjoys strong financials.
CEO & co-founder ETC Solar, Thomas Russell, selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2019 in the category “Energy”
We are always looking for new talent to join our fast-paced, agile environment. At Mesoline, team members wear many hats, and you can take ownership and initiative from day one. In this collaborative environment, we all share the passion for commercialising next-gen, high impact technologies.
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