Princeton Micro Fab
Using Small Mechanical Devices to Advantage
- MEMS Micromechanics mst Micro Machines Microelectromechanical
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Princeton Page is a good source of information on Micromechanics
& MEMS & Micro Machines & MST & Other Web Sites & Journals
& Books & Conferences, and the Belle Mead Research Consulting Company.
Belle Mead Research, Inc.
New techniques for making small, micromechanical parts are enabling
large new markets. Sales of these micro devices are projected to
be 30 billion dollars by the year 2002.
For the past 8 years Belle Mead Research has specialized in using these
micromechanical (or MEMS) devices to advantage. Belle Mead Research
has designed and developed products, helped start up companies, evaluated
products and programs, and performed research. Below is a summary of some
Helping a spin off company, Marcus & Trimmer, Inc. develop a product,
secure funds, and develop business plans to market and sell a medical product.
Develop a new fabrication process to solve a client's problem, and found
a research group making the needed structure.
Design a micro valve for a specialty application.
Help a client find a MEMS company to purchase.
Develop and license the MicroLance™ genetic engineering probe.
Help a client market their micromachining capabilities in Europe.
Perform literature and patentability searches using BMR's extensive library.
Provide confidentially for clients wishing to explore a MEMS area.
Research in the science and metrology of micro phenomena.
Please call me if you wish to talk about some aspect of micromechanics.
Evaluate existing MEMS programs.
Belle Mead Research
Phone 908 359 0012
This page is: http://home.earthlink.net/~trimmerw
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Princeton Page Source for Micromechanics & MEMS & Other
Web Sites & Journals & Books.
- If you have comments or suggestions, or an interest in using
MEMS, e-mail William Trimmer at W.Trimmer@ieee.org