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Micro-LAM Technologies LLC

Micro-LAM's system brings precision machining capabilities to advance engineered ceramics, semiconductors, glass & metals, for maximum efficiency and profits.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Other
  • Location Battle Creek, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2011
  • Employees 6
  • Incorporation Type LLC
  • Website

Company Summary

For companies that would benefit from the softening of hard materials & reduced brittleness during machining, Micro-LAM Tech. offers cutting edge technology that increases productivity, provides a better surface and reduces tooling and finishing costs. The company provides an easily adaptable tool that delivers precision machining capabilities for ceramics, semiconductors, glass and metals, leading to greater efficiency & improved profitability.


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    Deepak Ravindra
    Chief Technical Officer

    Dr. Ravindra has developed manufacturing processes & specific machining parameters in very specialized industries such as optics, advanced ceramics, semiconductor, automotive glass, and the U.S. Department of Defense. He has participated in several pitch and entrepreneurial programs, exposed to vital entrepreneurial practices & has been successful in using them to obtain federal & state funding and financial commitment from strategic partners.

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    John Patten
    Chief Scientific Officer

    Dr. John Patten, the inventor and co-founder of Micro-LAM, has over 30 years of precision machining experience, 40 years of industrial experience, and 10 years in the project management trade. His work experience includes very large, medium and small companies and businesses (GM from 1971-1978 and, more recently, Micro-LAM 2011-present). He has managed numerous projects in the ½- to $1M dollar range throughout his industrial and academic career.


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    Varnum Attorney at Law
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    Shawn Craft, CPA

Previous Investors

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    National Science Foundation