FEMTIKA is a leading provider of advanced laser technology solutions in multiphoton polymerization and selective laser etching. Our cutting-edge technology allows for precise and efficient processing in a wide range of industries, including microelectronics, medical devices, and aerospace engineering.
Our journey began in 2013, when a team of brilliant scientists and engineers came together with the vision of revolutionizing the laser technology industry. Since then, we have been leading the charge in cutting-edge research and development, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with our innovative solutions.
Our unwavering commitment to excellence has resulted in the creation of unique, highly effective laser solutions that consistently deliver superior results. We take great pride in our state-of-the-art facility, which is equipped with the latest equipment and technology, enabling us to provide unparalleled service and support to our valued clients.
We understand that success requires more than just great technology. That’s why we offer comprehensive training and technical support to ensure that our clients have the knowledge and tools they need to achieve their goals. We are driven by our dedication to providing the best laser technology solutions available on the market, and we go above and beyond to exceed our clients’ expectations.
We are honored to be a part of the esteemed European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC), the TOOLAS cluster, and the Lithuanian Laser Association, and we are excited to continue pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in laser technology.
At FEMTIKA, we are more than just a company – we are a team of passionate individuals who are dedicated to helping our clients achieve success in their industries.
Femtika in Figures
professionals working to create the best femtosecond laser solutions
research projects every year
of our production is exported to Japan, Switzerland, France, Germany, etc.
How we work
- Research of customer specific micro‑structure fabrication method;
- Fabrication of microstructure prototype;
- Measurement and alignment with technical requirements.
- Development of micro‑structure fabrication process;
- Development of mass production fabrication design;
- Development of needed machinery and automation;
- Small scale production of product.
Small Scale Production
- Evaluation of repeatability;
- Optimization of fabrication process;
- Fabrication report preparation.
Laser Nanofactory systems
- Evaluation of site requirements and site preparation;
- Machinery manufacturing;
- Installation on site;
- Training of users.