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28-February - 01-March 2017
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LouwersHanique

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LouwersHanique
Energieweg 3A
Hapert
Netherlands
5527 AH
Company Description
Featured Product: 3D components in glass and fused silica using “Selective Laser-induced Etching” (SLE) Technologies

LouwersHanique has been a leading specialist in the manufacturing of technical glass and ceramic components as well as assembly technologies for a wide variety of high-tech industries for over 60 years. We are specialized in thermal forming of glass and in the mechanical and laser processing of technical glass and technical ceramics. Our state of the art equipment and clean room facilities allow the precision manufacturing of parts and assemblies with tolerances into the (sub) micron region.
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01 January 1900
Modular Single Integrated Ultra-High Vacuum electrical and optical feedthroughs
Our high quality and modular electrical and optical feedthroughs assure our customers of the highest quality, robustness, and reliability for their most demanding applications. Through the use of our unique joining technology and the application of preferred materials and material combinations, the highest demands for Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) and Ultra Clean Vacuum (UCV) systems are met. Depending on the chosen materials and configuration, the functionality is guaranteed for temperatures from cryogenic up to 500 degrees Celsius, without degradation.
The applications are highly varied: from the most demanding next generation micro-lithography and electron microscopes to high-pressure applications, highly demanding offshore solutions and non-magnetic products. Even for the most aggressive environments and process conditions.
With the aid of direct glass-metal joinings, it is possible to realize feedthroughs without any unnecessary connections and, because of this, without virtual leaks. Direct glass-metal joining provides for unprecedented integration and a unique high-performance functionality. The result is the ultimate feedthrough, with respect to outgassing and purity as well as functionality and reliability.
Thanks to their experience of many years, the LouwersHanique engineers have accrued boundless know-how regarding the optimization of matching materials, given the various expansion coefficients, viscosity and joining temperatures. Various technologies are applied, such as direct joining, soldering, and thermo-compression. The direct bonding of glass with various types of metal (including Tungsten, Molybdenum, Fernico, Platinum, Nickel, SS, Aluminium, Titanium) are routinely processes.
LouwersHanique specializes in the processing of various high-quality glass materials
Many connector types are available, such as sub-D, Harting, LEMO and optical fiber. Almost any combination is possible from low-noise coaxial to high power, high voltage, optical and more. These combinations are supplied on a custom basis.
It is our goal to make the life of our customers as easy as possible. From concept development to prototyping and from regular delivery to logistics management, including cleanroom grade cleaning, SPC process control, complete qualification and certification, state-of-the-art finishing and cleaning technology. These capabilities also include Helium leak testing, RGA qualifications, 3D measuring technologies, power measurements and white light interferometry.
The markets served by these solutions include the following: semiconductors, optoelectronics, analytics, sensors, energy (offshore and onshore extraction of gas and oil), medical equipment, microfluidics, and defense.
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Late submissions may be considered. Please send your submission to Pat Wight, SPIE Conference Program Coordinator.

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24 October 2016

Manuscripts Due
30 January 2017


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