Korea-based Charm Engineering is engaged in the manufacture of equipment for the display and semiconductor industries. For the display market, the company offers repairing equipment.
US-based Plasma-Therm produces plasma etch, deposition, and advanced packaging equipment for specialty semiconductor and nanotechnology markets.
Plasma-Therm sells etch and deposition equipment to several microLED developers.
Evatec offers complete process solutions for the semiconductor, optoelectronics, photonics and advanced packaging markets.
For the MicroLED display market, evatec offers thin-film deposition tools for GaN LED growth.
US-based iBeam Materials developed a technology that uses ion-beam for crystal alignment of thin layers on a variety of large-area substrates, including thin, flexible large-area metal foils.
iBeam Materials' technology can be used to produce micro-LEDs directly on large-area flexible substrates.
Germany-based 3D-Micromac develops and produces laser micromachining systems. 3D-Micromac systems have been implemented in many industries worldwide, including the photovoltaic, semiconductor, glass and display industries.
For micro-LED production 3D-Micromac offers laser lift off machines for wafer and panel substrates.
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology (OIPT), part of the Oxford Instruments group, is a provider of dry etching and deposition solutions for Micro and Nanofabrication, based on the company's plasma, ion beam, etch and atomic layer deposition (ALD) technologies.
Coherent (NASDAQ: COHR) manufactures and develops laser-based solutions to the commercial and scientific markets.
For the Micro-LED industry, Coherent offers several laser-based tools that include Laser Lift-Off equipment (LLO) used to separate micro-LEDs from the sapphire wafer and Laser Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) used to move micro-LEDs from the donor to substrate.