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Thin Films

Tear down of a OLD Screen

Semiconductor processing, CVD, PVD, Etch, RTP, thin films and capital equipment.

We have expertise in semiconductor processing, thin films, IC device teardowns, LED, OLED, solar and other high technology practices in the Silicon Valley.  Glew Engineering can help you design capital equipment with processes such as CVD, PVD, etching, CMP, RTP, and many others. Also, we work with the modules and subassemblies that make up the complex equipment. 


Wind loads on a cylindrical tower computed by CFD.

Mechanical engineering, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and computer aided design.

We have the skills and the latest technology to help with the design, analysis, and debugging of your products, both old and new.  We have the latest versions of CAD and simulation packages, including Solidworks™, CREO™, Inventor™ and Fusion™,  Autodesk Simulation Mechanical™, and Autodesk Simulation CFD™.

Litigation Support

Litigation support, expert testimony, and consulting.

We offer consulting support and expert testimony in complex high technology litigations.  We routinely support patent litigation, trade secrets, economic espionage, large-scale disasters, and subrogation cases in venues such as District Court, ITC, PTO, and International Arbitration.  

Recent blogs.

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Engineers Develop New Gadgets in 2019

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  • Walking Exoskeleton

Part 3 Engineers Develop Exoskeleton for Babies and Children

Infants with conditions such as CP lack the muscle strength, postural control, and motor coordination necessary for these early exploratory limb and trunk movements to result in locomotion.

  • Hurricane Prediction

Engineers Help with Hurricane Flood Issues and New Technology Advances

New technology in Hurricane Flood/Wind Issues are helping with predicting the severity and where exactly they will hit.

  • Exoskeleton Man

Engineers Develop Exoskeleton, Paralyzed Can Walk.

Still pricier than motorized wheelchairs, exoskeleton weighs just 27 pounds and is custom-fit to the user’s body.

  • Exowman

Engineers Develop “Iron Man” Suits – Coming to Factory Floors

Full-body exoskeletons will give workers super strength. What’s the most important things for people to know about the full-body exoskeleton, which can turn an assembly-line worker into a superhero?   Engineers have been working on this wearable robotics technology since 2000, when engineers began cobbling together experimental super-soldier suits for the U.S. Military. A 2010 prototype, which enabled the wearer to punch through wooden boards, earned the nickname “Iron-Man Suit” in the homage to the high-tech gear [...]

  • Robot Technology

Part 2: Business Engineers : 7 Things to Consider, Before Investing in a Personal Robot

So you’ve made the decision, robotics process automation (RPA) is for your business. You’ve winnowed down a list of suitable vendors and are ready to start some serious shopping. Great. But before you plunge right in, there are some final things to consider.  The following is a list of questions for would-be buyers to which they should give serious thought to before moving forward. They range from the existential — what role will your employees [...]