For series production of nanostructured and microstructured films and plates, we at temicon use various UV nanoimprint systems. Our production facilities allow a roll-to-roll or roll-to-plate process.
For series production, temicon scores with speed and a wide range of formats.
Nanoimprint lithography, or NIL for short, is an innovative process for replicating microstructures and nanostructures, especially on large surfaces. With state-of-the-art equipment and comprehensive know-how from renowned projects, temicon is your competent partner.
The starting point for the process of nanoimprint lithography is the imprint tool. The tool is used to replicate the nano- or microstructures. It contains the form of the structures that will appear on the final product. Thus, the imprint tool represents a stamp. The tool is referred to as a 'mold' or 'stamp'.
temicon has many years of experience in the development, prototyping and application of nanoimprint molds for the mass production of surface structures for applications in areas such as display, lighting, solar or optics.
The production of microstructured or nanostructured surfaces using nanoimprint lithography is carried out on our state-of-the-art roll-to-roll equipment. This manufacturing process enables a particularly cost-effective and fast series production.
temicon specifically uses the UV nanoimprint lithography (UV-NIL) process. For this, a UV-curing polymer layer is used.
While the surface with the initially still uncured polymer layer is in contact with the imprint tool on the roll-to-roll system, the nanostructures or microstructures are transferred to the surface by means of UV light.
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