Morgan Hill, Calif. — NXQ, a leading provider of production photolithography equipment, today announced that a leading biomedical start-up has chosen the Neutronix Quintel Q8008 AL mask aligner products for their upcoming projects. Typical uses of photolithography in biomedical applications include the creation of custom microfilters and the optimization of specialized Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) to study biological interactions including the monitoring of cell activities or biological compatibility tests.
The Palo Alto-based biomedical company is an innovative creator of transformative genomic technologies focused on making a new generation of genomic technologies accessible and affordable for a multitude of previously unapproachable applications. As a result of their collaboration with Neutronix Quintel, multiple systems of the Neutronix Quintel NXQ 8008 AL aligners will be added to a cluster of existing equipment and will be used to assist in their leading-edge genomic applications.
“Our customer is helping to lead the charge on understanding how genomic changes can help solve some of the largest problems of our day including such things as improved cancer treatment and maximizing food production”, said Brett Arnold, CEO of Neutronix Quintel. “The addition of the Neutronix Quintel technology will provide added functionality for bio-medical and micro-fluidic research.”
The Neutronix Quintel 8008 AL is available today in production quantities. Please visit www.neutronixinc.com for more information.
NXQ manufactures photolithography and metrology equipment for customers who develop and manufacture a wide range of semiconductor products including MEMS, Wafer Level Packaging (WLP), 3DIC, System in Package (SIP), Compound Semiconductor (CS), Microfluidics, Optoelectronics and Bio Science technologies. NXQ was Founded by industry veterans and has been designing and manufacturing mask aligners for over 35 years.
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