TAIPEI, Taiwan, March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nano Superlattice
Technology Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NSLT), a company engaged in the coating
of tools and components with nano structured PVD coatings for the
semiconductor, precision machinery and telecommunications industries,
announced today the retainer of automation systems and engineering design
services company Festo AG & Co. of Germany to manufacture complex automatic
insertion machinery for the nano-coating of client products. Nano has
designed and developed automatic robotic drill bit and component insertion
machinery for the accelerated placement of products in specially designed
fixtures in preparation for the nano superlattice coating application process.
Once construction and assembly is completed, the new machinery will streamline
the nano-coating process by placing client products automatically in specially
made containers. Nano believes this automated machinery will improve
production speed and will ameliorate labor costs.
Furthermore, Nano has begun production of a new trial order from Taiwan's
Unicap Electronics Industrial Corporation for the application of specialized
nano coatings on 15,000 drill bits used in PCB manufacturing. These
specialized coatings include the use of new elements such as Vanadium and
Yttrium. Nano believes that the use of these elements in the nano coating
process is unique and has not been applied in the PVD coating industry. Nano
continues to capture new trial orders from large computer components
manufacturers in Taiwan. Nano believes that its nano-coating technology is
key to lowering the cost of certain types of high-technology manufacturing and
that PVD coating of precision instruments will gradually be accepted as
indispensable in this market place.
About Nano Superlattice Technology Inc.
Nano utilizes Arc Bond Sputtering and Superlattice technology to apply
multi-layers of super-hard elemental coatings on an array of precision
products to achieve a variety of physical properties. The application of the
coating on industrial products is designed to change their physical
properties, improving an individual product's durability, resistance, chemical
and physical characteristics as well as performance. Nano's super-hard alloy
coating materials were especially developed for printed circuit board drills
in response to special market requirements. Nano plans to continue research
and development into these techniques due to the vast application range for
this type of nanotechnology.
More information: http://www.supernano.com.tw
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SOURCE Nano Superlattice Technology, Inc.