ABOUT US

Together, we develop the nanoimprint solution that will bring your product from Lab to Fab

ENGINEERS, ENTERPRENEURS & INNOVATION-PARTNERS

Onno Lint

Co-Founder

Rob van Erven

Co-Founder

Jan Matthijs

ter Meulen

Co-Founder

Bram Titulaer

Co-Founder

We are an ambitious spin-off company of Philips, with more than 10 years experience in mastering and nanoreplication technology.

In 2014 we founded Morphotonics with a clear focus on large-area Roll-to-Plate micro- and nanoimprint technology.

We are specialised in bringing your micro- or nanostructure from lab to fab.

Our knowledge and service extends from : structures, sample making, stamps and UV curable lacquers to our advanced nanoimprint equipment.

WE BELIEVE

That our Roll-to-Plate technology is the best solution to imprint micro- and nanostructures directly on large rigid surfaces.
We open up application areas that are currently out of reach or not cost-effective.

 

 

 

 

BRAINPORT : DUTCH TOP TECHNOLOGY REGION

We are located in the Brainport region. This region is known for its innovative high-tech networks and many leading high-tech companies like Royal Philips and ASML. It is based around the Eindhoven area in The Netherlands.

Morphotonics has strategic partnerships with suppliers and manufacturers in the solar, display and lighting markets. Partners include large multinationals as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Regularly we collaborate with innovation-partners located on the High Tech Campus Eindhoven where also our Morpho Portis pilot line is situated. Our offices and facilities are located in Veldhoven, right next-door to giant chip machine maker ASML.

WE RESEARCH & DEVELOP

Morphotonics has state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities, including:

  • Large area glass handling and cleaning
  • Surface treatment
  • Coating equipment
  • Production equipment for flex stamp manufacturing
  • Large-area imprinting tools
  • Large-area thermal and UV curing capability
  • Large-area stamp replication tools
  • Inspection equipment: Optical as well as other surface properties

The Morphotonics roll-to-plate development and pilot machine “Morpho Portis” is installed in the Solliance building at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven for demonstration and trial runs.

IMAGES OF OUR R&D FACILITIES

WE PRODUCE

Imprint machines

From our stand-alone R&D nanoimprint machine called “Morpho Portis”, to our state-of-the-art GEN3 imprint line for mass production.

Imprint stamps

We develop and produce our high-end durable flex stamps ourselves. We assist in optimizing them during the R&D process to fulfill your requirements.

Imprint materials

The performance of your product and nanostructure is highly dependable on the quality of the resin or lacquer that is used for the imprint.

Samples

Together we engineer the best imprinting solutions for your application. We create samples for testing or even custom made prototypes to wow your clients.

WE FIND INSPIRATION

The name of our company was inspired by the Morpho butterfly. Its beautiful colors are the result of nanotextures on the wings.
By combining Morpho with photonics (the science of light) the company name “Morphotonics” was born.

WE NETWORK

Morphotonics is embedded in the Brainport region.
This region is known for its innovative hightech networks and many leading hightech companies like Royal Philips and ASML.

Morphotonics has strategic partnerships with suppliers and manufacturers to the solar, display and lighting markets.
Partners include large multinationals as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Furthermore, Morphotonics is involved in subsidised projects for technological innovations related to imprinting, such as:

Development of new techniques to apply surface structures for industrial applications.

High-throughput formulation for innovative surface technologies and product development.
Morphotonics is a member of the “field lab” initiative.

 

Development of a see-through head mounted display (HMD) using diffractive optics.

Development of highly efficient bi-facial solar panels using imprinted light-management structures.