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Microfabrication Laboratory

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Washington Technology Center is home to a remarkable resource for industrial and academic researchers the Microfabrication Laboratory. Located in Seattle, the lab serves as a critical facility for research, technology development and prototyping. The 15,000-square-foot lab represents more than $20 million in facilities and equipment, and is the largest public-access microfabrication facility in the Pacific Northwest.

The Microfabrication Laboratory offers advanced microfabrication and characterization capabilities in 8,000 square feet of class 10,000 clean-room space. The lab supports the processing of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfluidic, microoptic, photonic and sensor devices with feature sizes down to one micron on 3" and 4" diameter substrates.

Start a Project
To initiate a project, contact our Microfabrication Laboratory manager to discuss: