Software-Powered Maskless Lithography For Biophysics Tabletop Device Launched

The state-of-the-art DaLI device is a universal tabletop system that covers all the necessary steps from design to illumination. It’s designed to be simple to use and easy to operate, which enables it to be utilized by those even without any prior knowledge.

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One of the main advantages of the newly updated tabletop system is that there is no need for a mask. Because it uses precision-guided lasers, it offers more accuracy. This eliminates the need for sample-to-mask alignment, which allows for a more efficient design process.

Every aspect of the machine’s use is managed by software, creating a more seamless and stress-free experience. miDALIX Maskless Lithography Systems explains that setup, calibration, and all CAD processes are managed by the cutting-edge program. This is partly why the device has a reputation for being so user-friendly.

Its versatility makes it suitable for those in the microelectronics, material science, and quantum optics space. It’s also used in microfluidics, soft-matter research, and experiments across both the chemistry and biology fields.

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The company strives to make high-end micro-structuring equipment accessible to all with a more affordable price point. DaLI is the team’s first product and was devised through a combination of in-depth understanding of scientists’ needs and years of experience in the engineering space.

DaLI encourages scientific ideation, design, and experiment with a streamlined process that is facilitated by the versatile feature set. One-button operation means that users can bring their vision to life quickly.

The latest update focuses on biophysics, and now users can experience precise control over their experiments. The features are covered in-depth on the company website, where customers can find out more about the unique lithography process.

A spokesperson for the company states: “Photoresist materials can either directly serve as a base layer for biophysical experiments, with surfaces modified through lithographic steps, or can be used to emboss the textured surface to other biocompatible materials.”

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MIDALIX Maskless Lithography Systems
MIDALIX Maskless Lithography Systems

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