August 21, 2012 — Heptagon, wafer-level optics maker, ordered an advanced DWL 2000 maskless lithography system from Heidelberg Instruments. The tool has sophisticated Gray Scale Exposure capability.
Heptagon will use the system for production of micro optical components for applications in smart phones, mobile devices, gaming consoles, telecoms equipment and supercomputers.
“Gray Scale lithography technology can produce complicated, random, and smoothly or discontinuously contoured material surfaces with a variety of applications in modern optical systems. This order is a significant step to solidify our position as a global leader in production of direct write systems for applications in Gray Scale Lithography,” said Alexander Forozan, head of global sales and business development, Heidelberg Instruments
Heptagon is a developer and manufacturer of advanced micro-optics solutions, making wafer-level micro optics in large volumes for sophisticated applications in smart phones, mobile devices, gaming consoles, telecoms equipment and supercomputers.
Heidelberg Instruments GmbH produces high-precision maskless lithography systems for direct writing and photomask production in the areas of MEMS, BioMEMS, Nano Technology, ASICS, TFT, Plasma Displays, Micro Optics, and many other related applications. Internet: www.himt.de.