The novel corona virus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly across national borders. So far, the operational processes of Allresist GmbH have hardly been affected. We strive to meet our customers’ requirements as best we can in this tense situation and to minimize the impact on our operational processes as much as possible. The focus is on protecting our colleagues and our customers.
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Just as in the previous years, Allresist was represented at the MNE congress with a prestigious booth. This year’s MNE was guided by the motto “Going Nano in Homer’s Land” – an excellent connecting point for our presentation since our new e-beam resist is named Medusa 82.
On April 29, 2019, Allresist put the new production wing into operation in which from now on 1,000 l resist batch productions and large-scale syntheses will take place with state-of-the-art technology and taking into account all safety considerations.
Unser zweiter Anbau wurde dringend erforderlich, weil Allresist seit Jahren auf stetigem Wachstumskurs ist. Besonders die Hightech Produkte CSAR 62, Electra 92 und Atlas 46 made in Strausberg erfreuen sich großer Beliebtheit bei den Kunden im In- und Ausland.
Once again Allresist participated in the MNE with a large, attractive booth and new innovations. As in past years, the interest of the conference participants in our diverse new developments was great. The absolute highlight however was the introduction of our Medusa 82, an excellent alternative to HSQ resists.
Allresist attended the “triple-beam” conference EIPBN 2018 for the first time. Matthias Schirmer and Dr. Christian Kaiser answered many inquiries at the exhibition stand, especially questions regarding electron beam resists.
In the quarter century of its existence, the Allresist Company established a solid place on the world market and an excellent reputation among its customers. We thus appropriately celebrated our company anniversary on 16 October 2017 with a festive event!
Allresist participated in the conference as a “silver sponsor” with an own large stand and presented many remarkable new developments. A particular highlight was our scientific poster on our new development AR-N 4600 (now Atlas 46) and the lecture by Dr. Gerngroß about this interesting negative photoresist.
Allresist ist während des Jahres auch auf Messen und Kongressen vertreten.
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MNE 2017 in Braga, Portugal (18. – 21. September 2017)
Semicon Europa 2017 in München (14. – 17. November 2017)
In unserem 25. Jubiläumsjahr entwickelt unsere FuE-Abteilung drei weitere brandneue für unsere Kunden interessante Produkte: Thermoentwickelbarer Positivresist „Phoenix 81“, „Atlas 46“ eine SU-8-Alternative, Positiv CAR-E-Beamresist „EOS 72“.