Phone
785. 532. 4569
E-mail
jkkim1324@k-state.edu
Office
3079 Engineering Hall
1701D Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

FACILITIES

Featured Equipment

Digital Microscope

  • Can measure a couple of micron size
  • 3D surface profiling
  • Various light exposure sets for the optimized image
  • Tilt image

Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)

  • Normal SEM mode
  • Variable pressure mode
  • 7 sample holder
  • Tilt and rotational function

DC Sputter

  • Two targets
  • Two consecutive metal deposition
  • Turbo pump up to 10-6 torr within 15 minutes
  • Crystal monitor

Projection Lithography

  • Mask writing
  • 5 µm feature size
  • Gray scale mask writing
  • Micropatterning on 3D surface

CO2 laser for Metal

  • Laser power: 200W
  • Working size: 1400*1000mm
  • Cutting speed: 25-25,000mm/min.
  • Repeating Location: ≤0.05mm
  • All non-metal materials and ferrous metal, such as Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel (0.2-3mm), MDF board (10-20mm)

CO2 laser for non-metal

  • Laser power:100W
  • Working size: 900x600mm
  • Rotary Axis for Engraving Machine with 80mm Tailstock
  • Acrylic, Leather, Marble, Wood, Double-color sheet, Paper, Crystal, Fabric, Rubber, ABS, Lampshade, Tile, Jade, Bamboo etc.

3D Printers

  • FDM and SLA printers
  • PLA and Photosensitive epoxy
  • 5.9” x 5.9” x 5.9 “ for FDM printer
  • 20~400 microns

Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)

  • Normal SEM mode
  • Variable pressure mode
  • 7 sample holder
  • Tilt and rotational function

CNC Dicing/Cutting Saw

  • Working dimension: 8” x 4” x 1”
  • 4” wafer
  • 2.5 µm moving resolution

Nano/Micro Patterning: UV lithography, Projection UV Lithography, 3D printing

Metal Coating: Thermal Evaporator, Electroplating, DC sputter

Etching: CO2 Laser, Plasma Etcher

Lamination: Hot press, Roll mill

Baking: Hot plate, Tube Furnace, Vacuum Oven, Muffle Furnace

Characterization: Oscilloscope, Digital Microscope, Scanning Electron Microscope