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21.02.2019 00:00 - 100µm Thin Glass and Quartz Wafer available

NQW has developing a process to produce 100µm Thin Borofloat33 and Quartz Wafer, and the transfer...

22.10.2018 00:00 - Nano Quarz Wafer GmbH (NQW) successful recertified with latest ISO 9001-2015 revision

In September 2018 NQW showed once again that the Quality Management is in line with the...

13.06.2018 00:00 - Update CODE of Conduct - Nano Quarz Wafer GmbH

Beyond the DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 we observe in addition the CODE of Conduct from Nano Quarz Wafer....

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Glass Wafer e.g. for OLED & FPD applications

Wafers made of glass, are the basis of the modern micro system technology. It is especially used in the semiconductor industries. A common application is the the mechanical stabilization of thin Si-diaphragms or sensors, and etching structuring masks for MEMS’s.

The glass wafer substrates are the basic components of LCD panels and OLED substrates, and the wafer quality influences the production yield. NQW's glass substrates for LCD and OLED enjoy a high reputation of customers in the industries. 

NQW materials from the major manufacturers in all grades and specifications. All glass material offered by NQW is certified by the manufacturers.

Wafer Dimension

  • Semi Glass Wafer 2" up to 300 mm
  • Square glass Wafer 10 x 10 mm up to 1000 x 500 mm
  • Dquare quartz Wafer 10 x 10 mm up to 200 x 200 mm
  • Corner cutting and flat cutting
  • Thickness 250µm up to 6000µm

Wafer Properties

  • Surface: single side polished, double sides polished
  • thermal expansion based on requirments
  • Excellent light transmission from UV to NIR
  • Other parameter are customized


  • Schott: Borofloat33, MEMPax
  • Schott: AF37, AF47
  • Schott: BK7/B270
  • Corning Pyrex7740
  • Low Expansion Glass
  • Glass Substrate for LCD


    This material is widely used in semiconductor, medical science, communications, lasers, infrared, electronics, measuring instruments, military, and aerospace.