Four discs of SCHOTT FOTURAN® II glass showing the processing steps


SCHOTT FOTURAN® II is a photo-structurable glass produced in a continuous melting process to achieve outstanding homogeneity. After UV exposure and temperature processes, fine and uniform structures can be formed, which can be used in areas that require the characteristics of both glass-ceramics and fine structures.
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Extremely fine, advanced structuring

FOTURAN® II is a photo-structurable glass, with areas crystallized by UV exposure and heat treatment able to be etched to produce exceptionally fine structuring with a high aspect ratio – in customized 3D forms if required. After a second exposure and tempering process, FOTURAN® II can also be transformed into an opaque glass-ceramic.

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Adaptable for semiconductor packaging

Finely structured FOTURAN® II substrates have a very useful role in semiconductor and packaging processes. Structuring can be achieved without the need for photo-resist and can be used with equipment commonly available in the semiconductor industry, minimizing the work and extra costs involved.

We are certified

We are both ISO 9001 and 14001 certified. Our glass is subjected to stringent quality inspection before shipping and the production of FOTURAN® II is constantly monitored at all stages. It also complies with EU-RoHS and EU-REACH standards.

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