A mask moves during (UV) radiation and controls the energy incident on the photoresist surface, thereby enabling fabrication of 3D microstructures with arbitrary curve or slope.
- Our original mirror & lens optical system realizes uniform radiation covering the full exposure area.
- Equipped with gap sensors for non-contact gap making with a good in-plane uniformity, and an alignment system composed of microscopes and a XYθstage for aligning the existing layer(s) on a substrate to a mask pattern.
- In the “Moving UV mask” method (in which a piezo stage micropositions a mask during exposure), the thick resist’s sidewall slope angle is controllable, thereby fabricating 3D microstructures is possible.
Example of 50μ-thick resist pattern
Mask travel =20μm
Mask travel =Φ25μm
|Mask size||Max 9″ x 9″ x t3.0 mm|
|Substrate size||Max Φ8″(Wafer)|
|Light source||Super high-pressure mercury lamp：500W or 1kW|
|Outer dimensions and weights||Main body dimensions||W2120 x D1305 x H1850 mm|
|Main body weight||640kg|
※Custom substrate size, mercury lamp wattage or other special spec available.