About Little Things Factory

As a leading supplier in the fields of fluidics and microreaction technology, the Little Things Factory develops and produces high-quality components and systems solutions in glass, quartz and glass-silicon composite materials for a variety of sectors. Typical applications in the fields of life science, chemistry and research and development are lab-on-chip products as well as microreactors of the kind required in the fields of diagnostics, medicine distribution and implantology or the manufacture of special chemicals.

The Little Things Factory has many years of expert knowledge in the design and application of optical, electronic and chemical functions within a wafer as the basis for microstructured processes. The company has thus become a sought-after partner for technology concerns, research institutions and universities alike.

Founded more than ten years ago as a spin-off from the Technical University in Ilmenau, the Little Things Factory continues to have excellent connections with the field of pure research. As a subsidiary of the listed company Plan Optik AG, the technology leader in microstructured wafers, our company has at its disposal at all times the latest innovative processes in microstructuring and surface finishing. In addition to standardised products which are used as microstructured components in customer applications, the Little Things Factory offers individual systems solutions to suit customer requirements and a process controlling system which is indispensable as a flexible tool when working with a miniplant for process monitoring and optimisation.

Contact

Little Things Factory GmbH
c/o Plan Optik AG
Über der Bitz 3
56479 Elsoff
Germany

+49 2664 239 939 0
info@ltf-gmbh.de

https://www.ltf-gmbh.com/

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