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We believe that product development in phase with process development is key to industrial success and have strengthened our development infrastructure through our sister company SCANLAB GmbH.


R&D Partners

With key partners in applied research and laser development we offer access to dedicated laboratories facilitating laser sources ranging from the nanosecond to femtosecond pulsed regime.

NST collaborates with the team of Dr. B. Neuenschwander at the BERN UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES on high throughput scanning strategies for process efficient material removal rates.

For specific expertise on femtosecond pulsed laser processing NST collaborates with the ALPhANOV team
in Bordeaux, France

Additionally NST is involved in a number of European Calls:

The LAMPAS project started in 2019 and is the first laser system for high-throughput low-cost production of surfaces with controlled topographic characteristics.

This project will develop a unique combination of a polygon scanner with the Direct Laser Interference Patterning approach for functional surface texturing using a 1.5 kW ps-laser system operating at a repetition rate up to 10 MHz.

                                                                                       Call: H2020-ICT-2018-2020
                                                                                     Grant Agreement No 825132

                                                                                    Project budget: € 5.121.692,50
                                                                                         EU funding: € 5.121.692,50

                                                                                         Project duration: 36 month

The APPOLO Project validates novel laser technologies including equipment.

               The ULTRAFAST RAZIPOL Project developed a 500 W multi-MHz laser for high speed manufacturing of large area substrates.

                     The overall objective of POLAROLL project is to substitute the lithography step
in current etching processes by directly structuring the lacquer with the PoLaRoll laser
micro machining unit.

First results of a 300W femtosecond laser source and a 25 MHz free pulse triggering
will be published soon.

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Channel partners

South Korea
LVI Technologies
Contact person Mr. JS Jeong (+82 31 478 3620)


Japan Laser Corporation
Contact person Mr. M. Inokuchi (+81 3 5285 0861)


Contact person Mr. D. Yu (+886 7 3908688)

NST and their channel partners offer discrete options to evaluate your product processing and ideas.
Please feel free to contact us and discuss your options.