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The NanoMaterials Rapid Prototyping Facility is a semi-cleanroom environment, equipped for the fabrication and analysis of NanoMaterials. The facility is designed to allow prototype Nano-devices to be quickly built and tested and is a collaboration between physicists, chemists, engineers, material scientists and industrialists to combine the successes of their disciplines to create entirely new ways of building on the nano-scale.

Planar microfrabrication techniques are very popular for packaging and encapsulating MEMS devices. The Nanomaterials Rapid Prototyping Facility can offer expertise in bonding techniques such as anodic, eutectic and optical contact. Our experiences also include thin film technologies, sputtering, evaporation and scanning-electron microscopy.

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