Automated Graphene Coating Machine

Automated Graphene Coating Machine

We supply:

  • Standard Automated Graphene Coating Machine

  • Customised design and manufacturing of Automated Graphene Coating Machine

  • Coated Graphene layered films/products

Innofocus is proudly participating in ARC SEAM Program to support surface engineering for advanced materials.

Innofocus provided Automated Graphene Coating Machine to Centre for Translational Atomaterials of Swinburne University of Technology in January 2020, to support ARC SEAM program and to accelerate metamaterials research and development.

Graphene-based metamaterials have supernormal physical properties that could have profound impact on next generation of information technology, new energy technology and micro-processing technology. However, conventional techniques in fabricating this metamaterial have certain obstacles that limit the improvement and the realization of further functionalized devices. 

Our solution provides a transfer-free, solution-phase deposition method which enables multi-layer graphene metamaterials on substrates with any kind of surface, size and shape, without comprising the coating quality.  

Our Technology

Our Uniqueness

Broad Compatibiility

Capable of coating on varied surfaces and shapes, e.g., silicon wafers, resin lenses, PET films

Stable Quality

Quality remains stable at up to 100 layers,  film thickness accurately controllable

Large Scale

Up to 12 inch (diameter)

Automation

Automated process saves efforts and cost effective

Application

  • Ultrathin Microfluidic Flat Lens

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  • Integrated Optics
     

  • Graphene Solar Thermal Film

Media Release

“We are working with a private company, Innofocus Photonics Technology, that has commercialized a coating machine to lay down the graphene and dielectric layers, and we are satisfied with that. What we are now looking for is a suitable method for large scale production of the copper substrate.”

"Graphene Solar Thermal Film Could Be a New Way to Harvest Renewable Energy", IEEE.