300mm Lithography Systems from SUSS Microtec SUSS MicroTec offers mask aligner full-field exposure systems as well as coat, bake, develop systems for processing of 300mm wafers. SUSS MicroTec's 300mm solutions are especially used in volume production for wafer bumping and 3D Packaging. Website
3D laser lithography -- a new degree of freedom for science Martin Hermatschweiler, Nanoscribe GmbH
Flugtag2010 - 99th Lithographic Flying Squad Application Video Submitted to Red Bull as our application to compete in the 2010 Minneapolis Flugtag competition.
SCIL Nanoimprint lithography For more information visit
Stone Lithography - Keith Wood Keith Wood at MPA pulling early proof prints for an upcoming edition of lithographs.
Holistic lithography maximizes scanner performance ASML's suite of holistic lithography products enables continued shrink and provides customers with higher yield, sooner. Holistic lithography integrates computational lithography, wafer lithography and process control to optimize production tolerances and reduce "time to money" for chip makers. Skip Miller, Director of Strategic Marketing at ASML, gives an update at Semicon West 2010 in San Francisco, CA.
Lecture - 23 Lithography - I Lecture Series on VLSI Design by Dr.Nandita Dasgupta, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Lithography printing Printing lithographies at Tipografia Grifani-Donati, est. 1799. www.grifanidonati.it Clip by TK
Pressure + Ink: Lithography Process Produced in conjunction with the exhibition German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse. Find out more at Special thanks to Phil Sanders, Director and Master Printer, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. A program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Created by Plowshares Media © 2011 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Rich Gere Printmaking - Lithography SCAD Atlanta Print Week Deb Chaney - Monica Cook
Using SPM for Nano Lithography SPM is a valueable tool for engraving the atoms from the surface of the substrate. As the result, the ultra high frequency VLSI chip shall be fabricated.
AST 210/EE 213 - Lecture 28: EUV lithography Applied Science & Technology 210 / Electrical Engineering 213: Soft X-Rays and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation Lecture 28: EUV lithography www.coe.berkeley.edu Professor David T. Attwood, Electrical Engineering Professor in Residence, Professor Attwood's research interests include short wavelength electromagnetics, soft x-ray microscopy, coherence, and EUV lithography. [courses] [ee213] [fall2005]
Projection lithography.wmv How to use the Projection Lithography and Stepper System in the Cleanroom of University of Alabama in Huntsville. Nano & Micro Devices Center. Produced by Khalid H. Tantawi and John D. Williams
Electron beam lithography This is an instructional video, how to make a nanolithographic circuit with the use of electron beam lithography in few steps.
Optofluidic maskless lithography Applied Physics Letters, July 2007 Su Eun Chung, Wook Park, Hyunsung Park, Kyoungsik Yu, Namkyoo Park, Sunghoon Kwon Optofluidic maskless lithography system for real-time synthesis of photopolymerized microstructures in microfluidic channels
Stop Motion Lithography: Chef Comme Metier (watch in HD) Artist: Galen "Gunner" Gibson :: Photographer: Paul Bischoff :: Music: Count Basie, "The Late Late Show" :: A colloborative project at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. Roughly 1100 shot-from-the-hand photographs at 5-6 frames per second. Three-run color lithograph, handprinted. 22" by 30". Completed October 19, 2009. Formerly named "L'Hiver Angevin
Lithography process explained in conjunction with Chuck Close Prints exhibition at the Frist Center The Frist Center featured the exhibition Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration from June 26 through September 13, 2009. The exhibition, which included more than 130 works, explored Closes continuing investigation into the relationship between artistic process, vision and creativity. On view in this comprehensive survey were prints that are widely regarded as masterworks of contemporary printmaking, as seen in such techniques as aquatint, lithography, pulp-paper multiples, direct gravure, silk screen, traditional Japanese woodcut and reduction linocut.
Interview with Tracy Weed at SPIE Advanced Lithography 2008 Interview with Tracy Weed, Director, Product Marketing at Synopsys, Inc. discusses at SPIE Advanced Lithography 2008.
Silicon Run Lithography Buy Now: SILICON RUN LITHOGRAPHY examines the role of photolithography in imaging and printing the many intricate layers of integrated circuits. Focusing on critical and non-critical mask levels of a CMOS transistor, this video takes a close look at the manufacturing materials, tools, and processes that have made more precise and complex submicron lithography possible. SILICON RUN LITHOGRAPHY shows how mask patterns are greatly reduced and precisely positioned on silicon wafers using "step and repeat" and "step and scan" exposure processes. Running Time: 31 minutes "I wish I'd seen this video when I first started in lithography field. I would have quickly explained things I didn't know. It wasn't until nine months on the job that I really began to understand the whole process." Luke Mullen, Cymer, Inc. "I have viewed two of your videos SILICON RUN I and SILICON RUN LITHOGRAPHY, and I give them both two thumbs up." Ernest Levine, Albany University Partially Funded by Intel Foundation, Applied Materials, Nikon Precision, Shipley, Inc., Cymer, Inc., Prism Technologies, KLA-Tencor, and SEMI
Visual art: From drawing to lithographic print Take a glimpse at some of the work involved in creating these original lithographs. Artist Elizabeth Tyler in collaboration with lithographer John Åkerlund. See more of the artist's paintings and prints at and http
lithography on stone : 01/33 rosin lithograph proof print by Arai Masahiro @ Itazu Litho-Grafik TOKYO
Birdseye Lithography: San Pedro, California in 1893 Visit My San Pedro for more about San Pedro, California (images, history, misc.). Pan and zoom video of the BW Pierce birds eye view lithograph of San Pedro and the harbor from 1893 (or, as most frequently identified, circa 1895). The drawing relatively accurately depicts the buildings, streets, railroads, docks and topography (though simplified and with a distorted perspective) of the time as they would have looked if viewed from the sky. Many of the structures are accurate enough to be recognizable from contemporary photographs, Sanborn maps, or from the very rare buildings which still remain to this day (including my own home). The portion of the drawing shown in the video was reprinted a few years later as a give-away promotion by George Peck (San Pedro banker and realty developer). If I recall correctly, the cropped Peck version was again reprinted and given away as a promotion in the 1970s by the Security-Pacific Bank. Original print labled local landmarks, businesses, prominent homes, churches, and attractions (including the beach resorts on Terminal Island and the redlight district, "Paradise Valley").
E-Beam Lithography, Part 2 E-beam lithography is the process of directing an electron beam across a resist layer and thereby creating a pattern that can be etched. Structures of 20nm can be produced. This is the technique that is often used to create nano scale waveguides and microring resonators. One type uses an scanning electron microscope equipped with special beam control software. The other far more expensive method is a dedicated e-beam facility that is able to etch structures directly. This video is part 2 of a 3-part series. More information on CMDITR's wiki: depts.washington.edu
E-Beam Lithography, Part 1 E-beam lithography is the process of directing an electron beam across a resist layer and thereby creating a pattern that can be etched. Structures of 20nm can be produced. This is the technique that is often used to create nano scale waveguides and microring resonators. One type uses an scanning electron microscope equipped with special beam control software. The other far more expensive method is a dedicated e-beam facility that is able to etch structures directly. This video is part 1 of a 3-part series. More information on CMDITR's wiki: depts.washington.edu
Lithograph Fine Art Printing : About Lithography Techniques Lithography techniques are the closest to drawing directly onto paper, as wax crayons are used on top of the stone to determine where the ink will be laid. Find out how to create a lithograph with tips from an art professor in this free video on lithography. Expert: Donald Furst Bio: Donald Furst is the chair of the art and art history department at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications
MS 10-100™: Maskless Lithography Tool MS 10-100™: Litho The "all in one" MS 10-100™V2 performs the work of six different machines essential for the production of microstructured surfaces, without the need of a dust-free environment. Entirely automated and programmable the MS 10-100™ is modular, accomodating almost all commonly-used materials and adaptable to your substrate size, shape & thickness. Thanks to its Maskless Lithography System and its two easy-to-use software, you can create now your personal micropatterns from lines to complex microstructures. The capabilities and flexibility of this Technological Breakthrough MS 10-100™ make it the essential lithography research tool in MEMS, BioMEMS, Microfluidic Systems, Sensors, Optical Components, MicroPatterning, Lab-on-Chip, CMOS and all other applications that require microstructures. Contact: Djamel Bouraya, CEO & Founder Raphaël Anasthase, Export Manager www.biotray.fr
E-Beam Lithography, Part 3 E-beam lithography is the process of directing an electron beam across a resist layer and thereby creating a pattern that can be etched. Structures of 20nm can be produced. This is the technique that is often used to create nano scale waveguides and microring resonators. One type uses an scanning electron microscope equipped with special beam control software. The other far more expensive method is a dedicated e-beam facility that is able to etch structures directly. This video is part 3 of a 3-part series. More information on CMDITR's wiki: depts.washington.edu
Rapid Prototyping with Stereo Lithography Engineers at McDonnell Douglas show how they develop parts for aircraft.
lithography on stone : 03/33 gum lithograph proof print by Arai Masahiro @ Itazu Litho-Grafik TOKYO
Lecture - 24 Lithography - II Lecture Series on VLSI Design by Dr.Nandita Dasgupta, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Photonics Pioneer John Bjorkholm's Move to EUV Lithography Dr. John Bjorkholm speaks about his decision to pursue EUV lithography. This talk was hosted by the Stanford Student OSA/SPIE Chapter and the Stanford Photonics Research Center as the first part of their "Photonics Pioneers" series. About the speaker: John Bjorkholm was a Principal Scientist at Intel Corporation in Santa Clara, CA from 1996 through 2002; his work there was concerned with the development of EUV lithography. Previously, he worked at Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, NJ for 28 years, retiring in 1994 as a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff. During his Bell Labs tenure he carried out research in a number of areas, including lasers, nonlinear optics, and nonlinear spectroscopy; he was a co-author with Art Ashkin and Steve Chu on the first demonstrations of optical molasses and of the optical trapping of atoms; he was also instrumental in the development of the concept of EUV lithography. He received a BSE with highest honors in EE-Physics from Princeton University in 1961 and in 1966 he received a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University. His thesis advisor was Tony Siegman. John is a Fellow of the OSA and the APS. He served as an OSA Director-at-Large (1988-90) and as the OSA Treasurer (1992-96). He also served as a Trustee of Princeton University (1991-95).
Micromolding - Soft Lithography Processo de casting para microfabricacion
Lithography: Theory, Problems, Practice Lithography is one of the oldest graphic techniques, developed over 200 years ago in Europe. The name itself has Greek origins, lithos (stone) and grapho (to write) and is one of the most complex art techniques and one of the most autographic of all the print techniques. Lithography has the ability to recreate the very fine nuance, the bold stroke of a pencil or brush with its characteristic qualities intact. Modeling, tonality and the immediacy of the artist's hand are all preserved throughout the process. Lithography has become the technique of preference for many artists both past and present. The aim of this program is to give students and professionals a way to experience the methods of this technique by providing an essential textbook of the different stages of imaging. Lucho Rousanow, the author, is an instructor in lithography, a professional painter and master printer with almost 20 years experience in the arts.
CMET's RM-6000II Stereo-lithography Machine : DigInfo DigInfo (www.diginfo.tv) CMET Inc., which manufactures and sells optical molding systems and resins, exhibited its digital scanner with an 800mW laser that features double the positioning accuracy and repetitive accuracy of conventional equipment at the 19th Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo. When data from a 3D CAD system is inputted into this machine, a liquid ultraviolet effect resin enters the machine, and an ultraviolet laser is shined on certain parts of that resin. Only the parts of the resin that are hit by the laser harden, so as the resin is repetitively hardened from the lower layers, a three-dimensional model is formed. This machine is being introduced mainly in the automotive industry, the consumer electronics industry, and in the OA equipment industry.
Graphene lithography.m4v The Rice University lab of Professor James Tour has found a way to create fine patterns in single and multiple layers of graphene. Tour and postdoctoral researcher Ayrat Dimiev talk about their discovery of the technique to remove single layers of graphene without disturbing the layers beneath.
Maskless Lithography - Direct Digital Imaging System
Jessica Meyer Lithographic Tattoos A film of Jessica Meyer's 2008 exhibit featuring models wearing her skin transferable lithographs shot, edited by Biff Farrell.
PROGRESSIVE PRINTING: "How does commercial printing work?" A simple overview of the commercial printing process, with an emphasis on offset lithography. A must-see for graphic designers, artists, and anyone who buys print.
lithographic press One of the largest lithographic press. Atelier Bordas, Paris, France
Electron beam lithography Welcome! Raith offers innovative instrument solutions for electron beam lithography, ion beam lithography, nano manipulation, electron beam induced deposition and etching.
Waterless Lithography Tutorial This video walks you through the steps of how to do waterless lithography. Waterless lithography is a lithographic process that does not require heavy expensive presses or too many toxic chemicals. It is based in the idea that water and silicone don't mix.
Printmaking Processes: Lithography Lithography works on the principle that grease and water repel each other. There is no carving involved. The artist draws on a stone with a greasy crayon and then covers the stone with a thin film of water. the oily ink will stick to the greasy image but not to the water-covered areas.