Teledyne Micralyne’s core expertise is the ability to define and optimize manufacturing processes for MEMS and microfabricated devices. Our design teams guide customers from an initial proof-of-concept stage, through process definition and integration, to standard production in an organized and structured flow. Benefit to customers is a manufacturing flow that is robust, efficient and scalable.

Teledyne Micralyne’s primary manufacturing location is a 55,000 ft2 facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The clean-room facility is state-of-the-art, offering wafer fabrication lines, assembly and test, quality assurance and advanced device metrology. Specific process capabilities we provide include photolithography, wet and dry etching, thin film deposition, wafer bonding, dicing, as well as packaging, assembly, test and characterization.

Teledyne Micralyne fabricates structures or films on a variety of substrates:

  • Silicon (6″ wafers) – standard, single and double SOI, epitaxial
  • Glass & silica – Borofloat®, Corning 0211 and Pyrex®, quartz and fused silica
  • Miscellaneous – alumina/sapphire, piezoelectric crystals, ceramic, diamond, aluminum nitride

Micralyne Advantage

We blend MEMS applications experts together with process performance champions to design process flows for robust, cost-effective fabrication to match customer requirements. Our project teams strive for deep insights to their customers’ needs and close communications throughout the relationship.

"U.S. Genomics’ technology stretches long DNA molecules in microfluidic chips to detect pathogens. In both biosensing and human infectious disease applications, we know we can rely on Micralyne for high-quality fabrication and on-time delivery."

- John Harris, VP Engineering, U.S. Genomics

Ready to discuss project needs? Call us on 1.780.431.4400 or email us at [email protected]