Femtosecond laser hybrid (additive and subtractive) micro-fabrication tools and services


Femtika is a spin off company from Vilnius University Laser Research Center established in 2013 by team of experts with portfolio of many years of research and development of 3D laser precision micro processing. Company specializes in hybrid microfabrication technologies: universal tool using femtosecond laser - Laser Nanofactory workstation for multiphoton polymerization, laser ablation, selective laser etching technologies. Also, Femtika offers research services in this field. Company is targeting for supplying the growing worldwide demands of available tools and technologies, enabling true 3D laser fabrication of custom design components in micro- and sub-micro scale. Microstructures provides by Femtika are used in development of new future products in semiconductors, photonics, medical, automotive, space industries.

Our General Terms and Conditions for delivery of Equipment and Services (edition: December 2021). 


professionals working to create the best femtosecond laser solutions

> 35

Research projects every year


of our production is exported to Japan, Switzerland, France, Germany, etc.

How we work
Research of the customer problem
Adjustment of the Laser Nanofactory for specific application
Training, maintenance, development
  • L. Bakhchova, L. Jonušauskas, D. Andrijec, M. Kurachkina, T. Baravykas, A. Eremin and U. Steinmann, "Femtosecond Laser-Based Integration of Nano-Membranes into Organ-on-a-Chip Systems", Materials 2020, 13, 3076 (2020);
  • T. Tičkūnas, D. Paipulas, and V. Purlys, "Dynamic voxel size tuning for direct laser writing," Opt. Mater. Express 10, 1432-1439 (2020);
  • T. Tičkūnas, D. Paipulas, and V. Purlys, "4Pi multiphoton polymerization", Appl. Phys. Lett. 116, 031101 (2020);
  • L. Jonušauskas, T. Baravykas, D. Andrijec, T. Gadišauskas, and V. Purlys, "Stitchless support-free 3D printing of free-form micromechanical structures with feature size on-demand", Sci Rep 9, 17533 (2019);
  • S. Gawali. D. Gailevičius, G. Garre-Werner, V. Purlys, C. Cojocaru, J. Trull, J. Montiel-Ponsoda, and K. Staliunas, "Photonic crystal spatial filtering in broad aperture diode laser", Appl. Phys. Lett. 115, 141104 (2019);
  •  L. Jonušauskas, D. Gailevičius, S. Rekštytė, T. Baldacchini, S. Juodkazis, and M. Malinauskas, "Mesoscale laser 3D printing," Opt. Express 27, 15205-15221 (2019);
  • L. Jonušauskas, D. Mackevičiūtė, G. Kontenis and V. Purlys, "Femtosecond lasers: the ultimate tool for high precision 3D manufacturing", Adv. Opt. Technol., 20190012, ISSN (Online) 2192-8584, (2019);
  • L. Grineviciute, C. Babayigit, D. Gailevicius, E. Bor, M. Turduev, V. Purlys, T. Tolenis, H. Kurt and K. Staliunas, "Angular filtering by Bragg photonic microstructures fabricated by physical vapour deposition", Appl. Surf. Sci., 481, 353-359 (2019);
  •  D. Gailevičius, V. Padolskytė, L. Mikoliūnaitė, S. Šakirzanovas, S. Juodkazis and M. Malinauskas, "Additive manufacturing of 3D glass-ceramics down to nanoscale resolution", Nanoscale Horiz., 4, 647-651 (2019);
  • E. Yulanto, S. Chatterjee, V. Purlys and V. Mizeikis, "Imaging of latent three-dimensional exposure patterns created by direct laser writing in photoresists", Appl. Surf. Sci., 479, 822-827 (2019);
  • L. Jonušauskas, S. Juodkazis and M. Malinauskas, "Optical 3D printing: bridging the gaps in the mesoscale", J. Opt., 20(05301) (2018);
  • E. Skliutas, S. Kasetaite, L. Jonušauskas, J. Ostrauskaite, and M. Malinauskas "Photosensitive naturally derived resins toward optical 3-D printing," Opt. Eng. 57(4), 041412 (2018);
  • L. Jonušauskas, S. Rekštyte, R. Buividas, S. Butkus, R. Gadonas, S. Juodkazis and M. Malinauskas, "Hybrid subtractive-additive-welding microfabrication for lab-on-chip applications via single amplified femtosecond laser source," Opt. Eng. 56(9), 094108 (2017).