[Libre-silicon-devel] Announcement - Mumble session on Sunday 2021-08-08 @ 18:00 UTC

Dilek Isik Akcakaya trdilek at protonmail.com
Mon Aug 9 03:53:13 CEST 2021


I was not able to join you today although I had some info gathered for the meeting. I did some research on how to proceed with this. Read some articles and checked company websites.

I started with checking how the stepper works and what parts will be required.
I checked the MLE (Maskless Exposure Systems) producers.
Working principles of the DLP and DMDs which forms the DLP.

Big Components that should make the stepper are
   Objective column with a cooling set
   A stage with x y z control, aligner
   Light sources
   UV and IR light sources and sensors
These are the basic parts I see. You can specialize the equipment from there. There are details into these which are of course much more complicated.

I talked to my friend at TI, he will be looking for the person to talk to about this. But I think I already found the answer...

I found a French company Microlight3d they make maskless table top stepper just like the one we are trying to build.
ASML also builds production level ones

Because I missed the meeting I do not know much about what you discussed or decided.
Can we keep notes to see how we all contribute to the project and who are missing can follow what was discussed?

I do not want to bring many new actions to your routine because we are all busy and I completely understand it.

So, I will start building a system at my work space, too.

***We will need some help on the software side for the x-y-z axis controls, sensor readout and alignment.***

I am a bit tired and might have missed some important things.

Talk to you next week.


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Hagen SANKOWSKI <hsank at posteo.de> 6 Ağustos 2021 Cuma saat 12:37 tarihinde yazdı:

> Hello List!
> This is our weekly announcement for the next Mumble Sessions on Sunday
> 2021-08-08 @ 18:00 UTC.
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