With over 30 years of microfabrication experience, TTP’s world-class µ-fab facility provides unique silicon, glass and polymer R&D and production solutions to various industrial sectors.

Microfabrication Mems

Microfabrication was first developed to enable the microprocessor technology. Now, it’s revolutionising everything from telecommunications to life sciences. It has enabled previously unimaginable levels of size and cost reduction, as well as game-changing regimes for physical, fluidic and bio-chemical properties.

TTP’s µ-fab facility has a comprehensive range of fabrication, packaging and characterisation equipment for the development of micron-scaled products.

With over 240 scientists and business experts collaborating over 30 years, the diversity and size of TTP’s µ-fab team creates a unique environment to apply the benefits that advanced microfabrication offers. TTP’s links with the Cambridge University cleanroom and top European MEMS foundries further enhance offerings and routes to manufacture.

TTP’s ground-breaking microfabrication devices include a compact and fast microfluidic cell sorter for therapeutic applications, PCR for rapid DNA amplification, tiny all-optical sensors for medical and other non-EM applications, accurate spray nozzles, polymer light waveguides and ultrasound imaging micro-chips.

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Advanced Manufacturing

Industrial manufacturing demands the increasingly sophisticated integration of innovative technologies in both products and processes. From 3D printing of chemical and biological materials to harnessing micro-scale manufacturing techniques, we offer clients extensive experience across the manufacturing arena, revolutionising how products are conceived, optimised and produced.


From soaring energy demand in emerging markets to the rapid deployment of alternative energy resources, most industry sectors are investing in a low-carbon future. From fundamental science to industrial-scale implementation, we create and optimise systems and devices that harness, distribute and store energy.

Industrial Products

Operating at the intersection of science, engineering and business, we identify market-led opportunities, create new technologies and deliver industrial products that provide strong commercial value. We take a partnership approach from concept creation through to transfer to manufacture, using our deep understanding of science and technology to invent and design products, and our state-of-the-art facilities to prototype and validate them.


The Internet of Things is invisibly changing the way we interact with products and services by restructuring legacy business models and replacing them with new ones.


From new process concepts to advanced analytical technology, we support clients in the development of sustainable processes.

Industrial Safety

Industrial sector companies are pressed to improve worker safety and reduce operational costs. Industrial safety equipment manufacturers must respond by creating products that are fit to withstand harsh conditions with minimal maintenance for decades. We work with clients to develop products and devices that meet the latest safety standards and protect people and assets.

Autonomous Driving

The automotive industry is changing faster than ever before. As the responsibility for control of vehicles passes from humans to machines, so greater responsibility for safety passes from drivers to manufacturers. Elegant technology solutions are required to deliver safe and reliable systems at automotive cost points.

Advanced Material Deposition

Printing and coating systems are used by many industries to achieve application-specific functionality. TTP combines modelling and engineering expertise to understand, design and manufacture functional surfaces.


We work at the forefront of all the core technologies needed to develop enhanced robotics and automation systems for industrial and consumer applications, delivering the solutions that precisely fit our clients’ business opportunities.

5G Communications

Since their introduction in the early 1990s, digital mobile services have changed beyond recognition. With the development of 5G services, that transformation is only set to continue.

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