MEMS Technical Glass

 

Microelectromechanical (MEMS) and microsystem developers worldwide trust Bullen to provide high-performance MEMS glass wafers and substrates for their prototype and production processing.

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AS9100 Certified

IATF 16949 Compliant

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Considering Traditional Machining for your MEMS Production?

Know what you’re getting Into:

The Disadvantages of Conventional Machining:

Limited Number and Selection of Features Shapes and Sizes

Time-Consuming Process

Potential Heat-Affected and Subsurface Damage

Possible Negative Impact End-Use

You Deserve a Better Option

We’ll work with you to determine which non-traditional process is right for your design.

What is ultrasonic machining?

Ultrasonic machining is a loose abrasive machining process in which the mirror image of a shaped tool can be created in hard, brittle materials. Material removal begins with a vibrating device. The vibration propels particles at accelerations over 25,000 g’s. These dynamic particles collide with and grind the workpiece on a micro-level.

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What is MICROLUCENT™ MACHINING

MicroLucent® Machining is a unique laser technology used to cut precise features in transparent materials. This proprietary technology lowers costs while improving the quality of cuts. Applications for MicroLucent® Machining include MEMS Glass devices, Quartz Semiconductor Gas Distribution Plates (GDP), Microfluidics devices, Through Glass Vias (TGV), and Glass Interposers.

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Bullen glass wafers set the standard for quality and precision, allowing you to focus on your process and design rather than your supplier parts’ quality.

Bullen MEMS Technical Glass Capabilities

✓ Glass wafers and polished glass substrates, both structured and blanks, in standard and nonstandard sizes through 12″ (300 mm).

✓ Tapered or straight-walled round, square, and odd-shaped vias and cavities

Applications

Bullen structured glass wafers and substrates are used in a wide range of MEMS applications, including:

Pressure Sensors

Inertial Measurement Units

DNA Analysis

Implantable Sensors

Why Bullen?

We provide state-of-the-art, high-quality wafer-level machining. When you work with Bullen, our dedicated team of engineers will:

  • Consider your unique needs.
  • Seek ways to drive down costs and increase efficiencies.
  • Build custom machines to mass-produce your part if needed.
  • Provide a quick turnaround on RFQs and jobs to accelerate your development activities
  • Support your development initiative with custom customer-based R&D

Our wide range of machining capabilities enables us to help transition your design from prototype to full-scale production efficiently and cost-effectively. Contact us today about your MEMS glass machining needs.

5 Reasons to Choose Ultrasonic Machining Over Conventional

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