LatticeGear is passionate about sample preparation and the under appreciated art of scribing and cleaving.
They help their customers get to the business of imaging and analysis faster. Their flagship products, the LatticeAx and the Flipscribe are Made in the USA to bridge the gap between hand tool based manual cleaving methods and costly capital equipment with slow cycle times.
LatticeGear is a certified Emerging Small Business (ESB), Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Certification #10516.
Company founders Janet and Efrat, two women with extensive experience in the semiconductor industry, believe that materials cleaving and scribing should be easy and fast, without requiring costly automated tools. They started LatticeGear in 2012 to provide resources and solutions that help technicians, engineers and researchers optimize their sample preparation workflows.
From high accuracy cleaving (HAC) systems, scribing tools, to kits that take the guesswork out of selecting supplies for a specific use case, LatticeGear solutions offer an innovative approach to alleviate some of the challenges of typical cleave and scribe methods.
Whether you work with small or irregular shaped samples, need repeatable high accuracy, require greater speed and throughput, or have that one of a kind specimen that you can’t risk destroying, you can bring your needs to Efrat and Janet and they will work with you to identify a solution that will get your sample preparation workflow off to an efficient start and get you to the business of imaging and analysis faster, with better quality samples.
LatticeAx® in Action: Dry, Particle-Free Wafer Downsizing in the Cleanroom
Cleaving of Delicate Nanostructures
Downsizing a Glass Slide
Microline Indentation for Cleaving of Crystalline Materials
Dicing Sapphire Wafers
Precise Downsizing of a <100 µm Thin Die Out of a Package Prior to Delayering
Cleaving and Scribing Small Samples
Cleaving Electronic Structures Fabricated at 45 Degrees on Silicon
JSAP 2108, September 18-21, 2018, Nagoya Japan
Cleaving Narrow Samples
Downsizing a Silicon (111) wafer with the FlipScribe
Get to know LatticeGear
The Cleaving Station with Mat
The Cleaving Station without Mat
Cleaving Kit without Mat
Cleaving Kit with Mat
Scribing and Cleaving Kit for Small Samples
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