NanoFrazor lithography, SwissLitho

NanoFrazor lithography, SwissLitho

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Caption: NanoFrazor lithography, SwissLitho. Safety pin and a silicon chip (right) with the NanoFrazor lithography cantilever probe. The NanoFrazer, a nanopatterning technology demonstrated in 2011, was developed by IBM scientists. The company SwissLitho was founded in 2012 to establish the technology as a standard for nanoscale clean room operations. The first NanoFrazer tool was delivered in 2014. Photographed in September 2012.

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