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Moxtek offers state of the art NIL volume manufacturing on 8-inch wafers. We have demonstrated stamp life up to 1300 prints with SPC monitoring of CD repeatability down to 30nm. View document

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ProFlux® Nanowire® Ultraviolet polarizers offer excellent solutions for UV and DUV applications. High transmission and high contrast choices are available. View document

BX-1 Low Energy X-ray Window (WIN-DATA-1007) The Moxtek® BX-1 x-ray window is Moxtek’s new low energy x-ray window for microanalysis. View document

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We developed a 5.5 inch, VGA (640×480×RGB), stereoscopic 3D display using a precisely patterned wire grid polarizer (WGP) with rows of alternating polarization angle. Such a wire grid polarizer is invisible without the polarizer and thus a 2D/3D convertible display can be formed. The proposed structure is free of any limitations on both viewing angle and viewing distance inherent in the conventional stereoscopic displays, whereby enabling several persons to view stereoscopic image simultaneously. Because the proposed structure does not use conventional polarization film of TFT-LCD panel, it can be manufactured with low-cost. View document

Moxtek introduces a flat ProFlux™ wire-grid polarizing beam splitter for use in projection systems where preservation of image quality is required upon reflection at the PBS. This paper discusses advantages obtainable when using the ProFlux™ flat PBS in projection display architectures, and reasons for these advantages. Specifically, these advantages include high system contrast, simplified designs with various LCOS panels, and inherent high durability. View document

MOXTEK has developed a new polarizer technology for the visible spectrum based on the technology of nanometer-scale wire-grids. They have named their technology ProFlux(tm) Polarizers. These polarizers are extremely durable in the LCOS and transmissive light valve projector environment. View document