3D-Micromac establishes subsidiary in China

3D-Micromac establishes subsidiary in China

The subsidiary will handle sales, production and service for microCELL™ laser systems in the field of photovoltaics

3D-Micromac Logo_China_Laser Technology3D-Micromac AG, the leading specialist in laser micromachining, announces the establishment of a subsidiary in Wuxi, China. The company will do business under the name of 3D-Micromac Laser Technology (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. The official permit was already issued on March 17, 2016. Dr. Roland Giesen, Chief Operation Officer of 3D-Micromac AG, was appointed as director. Read more

3D-Micromac shows highly productive microCELL™ laser systems at SNEC 2016

3D-Micromac shows highly productive microCELL™ laser systems at SNEC 2016

Innovative laser system solutions enable a step up to higher levels of cell efficiency and improved module performance classes.

microCELL13D-Micromac AG, the industry leader in laser micromachining, is going to present its highly productive microCELL™ systems for laser processing of crystalline solar cells at SNEC 2016. Read more

3D-Micromac shows FSLA™, a novel laser processing solution for transparent materials at SID 2016

3D-Micromac shows FSLA™, a novel laser processing solution for transparent materials at SID 2016

3D-Micromac AG, the industry leader in laser micromachining, is going to introduce its FSLA™ (Flow Supported Laser Ablation) technology at SID 2016. The sophisticated machining strategy is perfectly suited for the generation of structures like taper-free holes or even holes with negative taper, and columns with rectangular walls in glass, sapphire, and other transparent materials. Typical dimensions of those structures are in the range of a few 10 microns up to a few 100 microns. The machining by ultrashort-pulsed laser is stress-free and without thermal impact. The achievable wall roughness is approx. 0.5 μm (Ra).
The FSLA™ technology opens up new vistas for the production of shaped holes and nozzles, and surface modifications in display glass or sapphire.

FSLA-01-3DMicromac

Modelling of tips in glass with acute wall angles at extreme low wall roughness

About 3D-Micromac AG

3D-Micromac AG is the industry leader in laser micromachining. We develop processes, machines and turnkey solutions at the highest technical and technological level. Our aim is to provide superb customer satisfaction even for the most complex projects.

3D-Micromac delivers powerful, user-friendly and leading edge processes with superior production efficiency. These proprietary technology innovations are now readily available on a worldwide scale.

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3D-Micromac AG
Mandy Gebhardt
Marketing and Public Relations

Technologie-Campus 8
09126 Chemnitz, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)371 400 43-26
E-Mail: gebhardt@3d-micromac.com

Carsten Swiatkowski CTO der 3D-Micromac AG

Dr. Carsten Swiatkowski appointed as Chief Technology Officer of 3D-Micromac AG

Carsten Swiatkowski CTO der 3D-Micromac AGDr. Carsten Swiatkowski appointed as Chief Technology Officer of 3D-Micromac AG

The chairman of 3D-Micromac AG has appointed Dr. Carsten Swiatkowski as Chief Technology Officer. Effective October 1, 2015 he will take charge of technical management at the Chemnitz machine manufacturer and also head the company divisions of engineering and process development. At the same time he has been appointed as a member of the management.

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3D-Micromac wins Solar Industry Award 2015 in the category PV Tool Award

3D-Micromac wins Solar Industry Award 2015 in the category PV Tool Award

microDICE OTF enables high-performance solar cell cutting into half cells

The winners of this year’s Solar Industry Awards have been acknowledged: 3D-Micromac AG received the award for its production system microDICE OTF in the category PV Tool Award. The microDICE OTF system uses Thermal-Laser-Separation for cutting of cells into half cells. By using half cell technology the average module power yield can be increased significantly.

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Roland Giesen COO der 3D-Micromac

New head of production at 3D-Micromac

 

New head of production at 3D-Micromac

Dr. Roland Giesen appointed as Chief Operation Officer 

Roland Giesen COO der 3D-Micromac

The management of 3D-Micromac AG has appointed Dr. Roland Giesen as Chief Operation Officer. Effective September 1, 2015 he will take charge of  production at the Chemnitz machine manufacturer. With that he will also head the materials management and manufacturing divisions, but also the assembly and commissioning of the laser systems. At the same time he has been appointed as a member of the management.

3D-Micromac wins major contract from the photovoltaics industry

3D-Micromac wins major contract from the photovoltaics industry

An existing Asian customer orders laser systems from 3D-Micromac with a production capacity of more than 2.5 GW to structure high-efficiency solar cells.

3D-Micromac AG recently won a major contract for a total of 27 microSTRUCTTM OTF machines for removal of the backside passivation on PERC cells. A leading global photovoltaics company awarded the contract to 3D-Micromac for the laser systems to equip its production facilities in Asia. With that the number of systems to be delivered to this customer rises to 36 units. The overall project is to be completed by the end of 2015.

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3D-Micromac shows novel laser processing solutions at Laser World of Photonics

3D-Micromac shows novel laser processing solutions at Laser World of Photonics

For the first time 3D-Micromac AG will present a laser drilling technology for upcoming generations of inkjet nozzles.

 
3D-Micromac AG, the industry leader in laser micromachining, is going to introduce a novel laser drilling technology at Laser 2015. The sophisticated machining strategy is perfectly suited for machining of new generation inkjet nozzles.
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