The n.jet semicon series offers a wide range of options for frontend, as well as backend processes in the semiconductor industry. The platform comes with integrated edge handling for any substrate type or wafer size, integration with the MES system (e.g., SECS-GEM), and state-of-the-art pre- and post-processing modules. Our nozzle replacement strategies and full process control improve yield and process stability. The system can be combined with high-precision dispensing units that further enlarge the window of processable materials within the same platform.
Photo resist printing
Deposition of sensor active inks
Printing of dielectrics, conductives, resists & adhesives
The production of optical lenses with an n.jet 3D system is much more cost-effective than the production of lenses in conventional manufacturing processes. The additive manufacturing process saves more than 30 production steps and reduces waste by up to 90%.
Multi material jetting
High viscosity jetting
Supports all major printheads
Drop watch & drop formation analysis
Full access to all jetting parameters
Open slicer interface
Optional inert atmosphere
The Notion Systems n.jet soldermask is an inkjet system that prints soldermask and legend contact-free and digitally. The inkjet printing process replaces a number of conventional process steps, is very easy to maintain, reduces waste water and energy consumption and thus makes electronics production more ecological and economical. Furthermore, Notion Systems inkjet technology can be used to create structures that open up new possibilities in printed circuit board production.
Better solder mask adhesion
No mask in holes
No mask on pads
Small and reliable dams
Naturally delivers "bump profile“ of dams
No traps for chemicals or dirt
Wider base of dams means better adhesion
Based on the n.jet soldermask, Notion Systems offer a system for processing UV-curable etch resist. The system can be used for different etch resist applications in PCB production or micro-etching. The Notion Systems etch resist process is a three-step digital printing process that can improve yield and quality, and reduce manufacturing costs. The process steps are pre-treatment, inkjet direct printing of etch resist and in-situ UV drying as well as etching/cleaning.
Very good line-space definitions x and y direction
Typical L/S-distance <70 µm
Excellent adhesion to copper, stainless steel, brass and other metals
The n.jet roll2roll system is used in the area of printed electronics production. Functional inks are applied with high precision to print antennas, sensors or touch displays on PET film. Further fields of application are medical technology or battery or fuel cell production.
High-precision printing - also possible on both sides
High throughput speeds
Modular role to role systems:
Unwinding and rewinding systems, including web control
Pre-processing e.g. plasma cleaning
Fully integrated n.jet printing system
Integration of UV or thermal drying
Cooperation with leading automation manufacturers
n.jet display RGB/TFE
The n.jet display series for RGB and TFE printing can be used as a stand-alone system for R&D purposes, or as a fully integrated production cluster, including automation and pre- and post-treatment.
Most current OLED displays are manufactured using evaporation gases in a vacuum chamber; working with masking technologies and consuming a lot of OLED materials, which are very expensive. With the development of the n.jet display series, OLED can now be manufactured using ink-jet printing, which is a direct print, mask free, fast and cost-effective process.
The n.jet display series prints functional layers in various steps of display production, and for various display technologies. These include rigid, flexible, OLED, OLED and LCD displays.
In addition to its unparalleled precision, the platform complies with the highest demands of process environment and process stability. Specifically developed features, like the no.mura printing technology, solve long-standing challenges and enable an efficient, additive use of the valuable materials involved in the manufacturing of next generation displays.