ATAMI is an Oregon State University Shared User Facility offering DIY access as well as consultation and expertise to carry out commissioned work. The Institute's specialized fabrication capabilities are particularly suited to:

  • Hierarchical product and process development for nanomaterial synthesis, functionalization and assembly and arrayed microfluidic applications
  • Advanced materials development and pilot production
  • Capabilities for patterning, bonding and applying surface treatments to polymer and metal constructions
  • Rapid prototyping and development of microscale devices

Academic and Industry Users
ATAMI offers users direct access to shared tooling, after a facility orientation and training by ATAMI staff. See Usage and Service Rates for pricing details.

Technical Services:
ATAMI staff have expertise and long experience with all ATAMI capabilities and provide services from design to fabrication and from basic to highly complex. Contact Prototyping & Process Development Manager Todd Miller to discuss your project and how we can assist.

Description Capability Make/Model
3D Optical Profiler Metrology ZeScope
Bench top press Bonding/Process Carver
Brazing furnace Bonding/Process CamCO Jvac-12-1824
Centrifugal partitioning chromatograph Characterization Kromaton FCPC
Circuit Board Plotter/2.5d MicroMilling Center Other LPKF Protomat S-103
Countercurrent chromatograph Characterization Kromaton
Dispensing tool Bonding/Process Asymtek D-583 DispenseMate
DSC/TGA Characterization TA Instruments TGA Q600
Gas Chromatograph Characterization PerkinElmer
High speed video camera Other Vision Research

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