NIL Technology ApS (NILT) is a leading supplier of solutions for advanced optical components. Our core business is optical design, prototyping, mastering, and mass production of optical components. In addition, we develop high-technology solutions for biotech, space applications, packaging of consumer products, renewable energy and more.
Leaders of technology innovation around the world recognize NILT as a leading supplier of advanced nanostructured masters for various replication technologies, including nanoimprint, UV-replication, hot embossing, roll printing and injection molding. NIL Technology is named as one of 25 top European IoT and hardware start-ups to watch in 2019. You can read more about this here.
We work closely with our customers and support all phases, from the initial idea, to proof-of-concept, to design and to manufacturing and mass production. NILT has the experience and capability to design and fabricate custom orders, to prototype and to mass produce micro- and nanostructured components.
We have a long history in participating in national and European funded research projects where we work with academic institutions and industrial leaders to develop nanotechnology solutions for the present and future.
We are always interested in discussing research and development activities of novel ideas for productions and solutions that have a clear market focus and where our unique technologies and capabilities are an advantage.
The NILT team consists of highly motivated and skilled engineers striving to deliver high quality one-stop solutions. Our team is represented by over 22 nationalities and roughly 50 % have a PhD degree.
Our offices are located in Kongens Lyngby, Denmark (headquarters), Horgen, Switzerland and Gothenburg, Sweden
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