Our expertise in semiconductor processing, thin films, IC device tear-downs, LED, OLED, solar and other high technologies common in the Silicon Valley enables us to help you design and analyze capital equipment. Due to our experience, we work with most processes, such as CVD, PVD, etching, CMP, RTP, and many others.
We have the engineering skills, and the latest technology to help design and analyze your products. You can quickly extend your team’s capabilities with us. Our latest versions of CAD and simulation package, including Solidworks™, CREO™, Inventor™ and Fusion™, Autodesk Nastran™ keeps your CAD current.
For decades we have provided consulting support and expert testimony in complex high technology litigation. 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.
- Essential Remote Monitoring During PandemicEssential Remote Monitoring is essential with the COVID-19 pandemic happening all over the world . Demands on companies and people think and act differently despite challenging odds.
- Ventilation Exemption Letter – Mechanical Engineers HelpA Ventilation Exemption Letter could be on the rise after the Shelter in Place /Social Distancing is released.
- Engineers Trend 10 New Technologies for Airlines & Airports for 2020Engineers Develop new Technologies 2019 they are on the Â rise for 2019. Here we highlight some of the hot topics that airports and airlines should keep an eye on in the year to come.
- Engineers Design Fluid Inspired Material Coating for MetalsEngineers have developed a new coating strategy for metal that self-heals within seconds when scratched, scraped or cracked. The novel material could prevent these tiny defects from turning into localized corrosion, which can cause major structures to fail. It’s hard to believe that a tiny crack could take down a gigantic metal structure. But sometimes bridges collapse, pipelines rupture and fuselages detach from airplanes due to hard-to-detect corrosion in tiny cracks, scratches and dents.http://glewengineering.com/comparing-wind-load-calculation-methods/ Localized corrosion is extremely dangerous. It is hard to prevent, hard to predict and hard to detect, but it can lead to catastrophic failure Enginering team […]
- Engineers Forge a New Frontier for Solar: Utility Build-Transfer AgreementsHistorically, electric utilities in the U.S. have been buyers and sellers, but not producers, of solar energy. Largely due to tax and accounting constraints, vertically integrated, regulated utilities traditionally have entered power purchase agreements (PPAs) to procure solar energy (and wind and other renewable energy) from independent power producers (IPPs), rather than building such projects and including them in their rate base. To many utilities, this has seemed like a lost opportunity; they generally earn a return on the equity invested in power plants, transmission, and distribution lines, but not on power purchased from others. Dramatic reductions in the installed cost […]
- Net Zero: Home Energy SystemsNet Zero energy homes are just like any home except more appropriate in today’s world. Regular grid-tied homes that are so air-tight, well insulated, and energy-efficient that they produce as much renewable energy as they consume over a year. Occupants virtually receive no energy bill and a carbon-free home. A Net Zero energy home combines advanced design and superior building systems with energy efficiency and on-site solar panels. Homes are ultra-comfortable, healthy, quiet, sustainable that is affordable. (1) https://glewengineering.com/engineers-organize-smart-homes/ In addition, engineers will work hard toward the development of personalized energy units, manufactured, distributed, and installed inexpensively. One can envision […]
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- Medical Face Shields – 3D PrintingHelping the Medical Community â Have a 3D Printer? Medical Face Shields during the Th COVID-19 outbreak continues to expand globally. Information from healthcare organizations say that some distributors have placed certain types of personal protective equipment (PPE) on allocation, therefore, Basing the quantity of Medical Face Shields available to the healthcare organization on previous usage, not projected use. This formula greatly puts the front-line health workers at great risk. Medical Face Shields simple in design, produced and assembled by hobbyists on their own home 3D printers. Searching for a way to help the medical workforce? Already have a 3D […]