Allotex Inc., an ophthalmic biologics and device company developing therapeutic solutions to treat presbyopia, hyperopia and myopia, and 3D-Micromac, a leading supplier of laser micromachining systems for the photovoltaic, electronics and medical device markets, today announced they have entered into a master cooperative agreement. The two companies will work together to develop and market a laser system for precisely shaping human corneal allografts used to create natural lenses which can be administered in an outpatient visit.
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3D-Micromac AG, a leading supplier of laser micromachining and roll-to-roll laser systems for the photovoltaic, medical device and electronics markets, today announced that it has received an order for three of its microCELL OTF laser systems from REC Group, a leading European brand of solar panels. The systems will be installed at REC Group’s production facility in Singapore to support the expansion of REC’s production volume of high-efficiency Passivated Emitter Rear Contact (PERC) solar cells, as well as support the development of next-generation PERC solar cells
The winners of the 10th TOP 10 Highlight competition have been announced at SNEC 2016 in Shanghai on May 26, 2016. 3D-Micromac AG, the industry leader in laser micromachining, received the Megawatt Award for its production system microCELL™ TLS. The microCELL™ TLS uses Thermal-Laser-Separation for cutting of solar wafer into half cells. By using half cell technology the average module power yield can be increased significantly.