Discover the cutting-edge world of lithography solutions for photonic devices in this captivating video filmed at Display Week 2023 in Los Angeles, where Kelsey Wooley, the Director of North American Operations for Eulitha, and Tariq Ghous, Strategic Director for Marketing, unveil their unique and innovative approach of Eulitha, a Swiss company.
Their revolutionary mask-based interference lithography technique, known as Talbot, stands out for its ability to produce high-resolution structures in large fields quickly and cost-effectively. With seamless patterning capabilities, they can image an entire 140 by 140 millimeter exposure field in a single exposure, achieving a remarkable resolution down to 60 nanometer half pitch. Their DU V capabilities allow them to run 30 wafers per hour, making their process exceptionally fast and cost-effective.
Unlike traditional projection-based lithography methods, their tools offer superior affordability, making them ideal for customers in various industries such as AR, VR, laser, telecom, and more. Whether it’s waveguides, diffraction gratings, polarizers, or other photonic structures, their lithography solution is indispensable.
In this video, we delve into the significance of their technology in the display industry. By employing mask-based interference lithography, they create periodic patterns that are vital for achieving high resolution in displays. They explain how their lithography technique is essential for the future of this industry.
Get a closer look at their state-of-the-art Fable R, Fable X, and Fable S machines, designed to cater to different needs. The Fable R, a tabletop tool, offers a low-cost entry point and is perfect for proof of concept and research purposes. The Fable X takes it a step further with larger wafer sizes and automation, enabling faster throughput and higher reliability. Finally, for those ready to venture into 300-millimeter wafers, their step-and-repeat system provides seamless exposure fields and full automation for high-volume production.
Witness how their lithography solution plays a pivotal role in the creation of displays. They illustrate how line space diffractive gratings, controlled by their technology, enhance the performance of augmented reality waveguides. Discover the incredible potential and booming market for their lithography tools in various sectors, including micro LEDs and holographic elements.
As a Swiss-based company, they pride themselves on precision and excellence. Their machines are manufactured in Switzerland, ensuring top-notch quality and reliability. With a global reach, they serve customers worldwide, with over half of their machines already in use in China.
Join them on this fascinating journey as they redefine the future of lithography and pave the way for groundbreaking innovations in the display industry. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting developments from their headquarters in Switzerland and their US office in Redmond, Washington.
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