Process Equipment: Physical

This covers equipment which produces a sample or specimen through physical or mechanical means or through chemical routes, but excluding biochemical and biomolecular processes.

Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Lithography
  • Spin Coater

The Brewer Science CEE 100CB Spin Coater is capable of storing up to 10 spin regimes which may include spin speed ramp rate, stepped spin speeds, and a nitrogen float or vacuum hot plate contact mode for photoresist curing.

University Tag Number: 
166888
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  • Seth Rasmussen
Location
Dunbar Hall
Room Number: 
58
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Sample Manipulation
  • Micromanipulation

Used to etch away unwanted metals from substrates or wafers. Has a 6in x 7in workpiece capacity. The workpiece rotates and moves up and down in the spray process chamber. The station consists of PVC construction, titanium hardware and PVC plumbing.

Used for wet developing. It helps develop the patterns that have been masked onto the substrates.

Used for wet stripping. Polypropylene construction for use as a resist stripping machine.

University Tag Number: 
173058
Availability: 
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  • Greg Strommen
Location
Research II
Room Number: 
124A
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Thin Film Deposition
  • Molecular Beam Epitaxy

•2D Inspection
•Under screen cleaner
•Paste dispenser
•Standard board clamps
•Board stop at camera head
•Max Stencil Size 29” x 29”
•Form flex pins tooling

University Tag Number: 
171768
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  • Frederik Haring
Location
Research II
Room Number: 
126A
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Controlled Environment
  • Glove Box

Compounding Aseptic Isolators are also referred to as CAI. These units are designed to maintain an aseptic compounding environment to insure complete sterility of the product. This aseptic environment is maintained throughout the compounding and material transfer processes.

University Tag Number: 
188972
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  • Jeanne Frenzel
Location
Sudro Hall
Room Number: 
108D1
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Packaging
  • Wire Bonding

The Type-36 is one of the smallest and fastest core alignment fusion splicers available today. It s a portable, fully automatic, self-contained instrument for creating low-loss optical fiber splices in both field and factory environments. Sumitomo s innovative dual microscope fiber observation system eliminates the need for mirrors, providing faster operation and reduced damage potential. It is designed to work with a variety of fiber types including single-mode, multimode, dispersion shifted, and other specialty fiber.

University Tag Number: 
188076
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  • Ying Huang
Location
Ehly Hall
Room Number: 
115
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Thin Film Deposition
  • Sputterer

200mm spin coater with GYRSET system for better uniformity and lower resin consumption, stainless base cabinet, multiple dispense capability for up to 2 photoresist, 1 nitrogen, and 1 solvent line. Maximum 5000 rpm/sec acceleration, motorized dispense arm, Cybor 5026 pump (05026-60-57-52C6-OP-C6-OK) with 512 power supply, and controller.

University Tag Number: 
170500
Availability: 
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  • Greg Strommen
Location
Research II
Room Number: 
122B
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Thin Film Deposition
  • Electrodeposition

Coating depositions are conducted on a Symyx® bench top unit that can generate coating films using casting or drawdown methods. The unit features 12 mini blenders for high shear mixing of materials with short working times. This allows for reactive components to be added just before the films are formed. Liquid coatings and reagents are transferred using 1ml positive displacement tips and can be positioned in heated and magnetically stirred bays. Microtiter format substrates are delivered to the system with a Velocity 11 BenchCel 4xTM for coating deposition.

University Tag Number: 
169558
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  • James Bahr
Location
Research I Addition
Room Number: 
1226
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Thin Film Deposition
  • Sputterer

CMS-18 thin film deposition system offers wide possibilities for preparation of known and new materials and structures in the form of thin films.
Four magnetron sources allow preparation of various materials (metal, semiconductor, dielectric, metastable etc.) in a wide range of compositions and structures using deposition, code position, sequential deposition and reactive deposition processes.

University Tag Number: 
173003
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  • Greg Strommen
Location
Research II
Room Number: 
122C
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Controlled Environment
  • Blend/Mix

The TissueLyser II simultaneously disrupts multiple biological samples through high-speed shaking in plastic tubes with stainless steel, tungsten carbide, or glass beads. Using the appropriate adapter set, up to 48 or 192 samples can be processed at the same time. Alternatively, a grinding jar set can be used to process large samples.

University Tag Number: 
193582
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  • Shaobin Zhong
Location
Walster Hall
Room Number: 
213
Inventory Classification
  • Process Equipment: Physical
  • Controlled Environment

The ANKOM Dietary Fiber Analyzer creates a new standard for nutritional labeling, quality control, and research. By automating one of the most tedious analytical methods, the ANKOM analyzer reduces labor and per sample costs, while increasing accuracy and precision. An advanced computer controlled multichannel pump automates the addition of chemical solutions, enzymes, and rinses. Temperatures and agitation levels are controlled throughout the process, eliminating the need for multiple water baths and freeing up precious lab counter space.

University Tag Number: 
196179
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  • Senay Simsek
Location
Harris Hall
Room Number: 
224