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Welcome to Glew Engineering

Glew Engineering Consulting provides engineering consulting and engineering services.  Our practice has grown to include highly skilled engineers who specialize in many high technology and fundamental engineering disciplines across multiple industries. Most of our engineers have decades of experience in the Silicon Valley. 

Professional Engineering Consultants

We welcome you to review our site, comb through some of our recent projects, research the bio's of our professional engineers and download the FREE whitepaper, The 8 Critical Questions to Ask Before Hiring An Engineering Firm.

Our engineers, scientists, and consultants are highly innovative, have decades of experience each, and bring with them a large body of technical and business knowledge across many fields. Many of our consultants have multiple patents, published in various publications, have experience giving technical presentations, and have held management positions in industry. These decades of experience with technologies include industries including semiconductor equipment, IC design, EDA, CAD, fiber-optics, telecom/datacom (Telecom, Datacom, and Fiber Optics), photovoltaic cell manufacturing, flat panel dispay, LED manufacturing, as well as general mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.  Our people can help you to design, analyze, and improve your product design, reliability, and your manufacturing processes. 

So if your company needs assistance in mechanical engineering (Mechanical), electrical engineering,(Electrical Engineering), materials science, Computer Aided Design or CAD (CAD), finite element analysis (FEA), EDA (EDA blog), process engineering, equipment engineering, or requires some assistance as an engineering expert in an upcoming trial or arbitration (Litigation Support), our team of Engineering Consultants are professionally trained to meet your business requirements. 

Our engineers' extensive experience allows Glew Engineering to help you in an expedient and efficient manner, even for complex problem.  Contact Glew Engineering today to get your project underway.


 

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Glew's News Blog Recent Posts

High-Purity Gas Panels Part 4: Gas Distribution Lines

For the first parts of this blog series, I wrote about the components and subsystems that makes up a high purity gas distribution system for a semiconductor process: Part 1 concerns gas panels, Part 2 gas storage, and Part 3 abatement and exhaust.  But while I’ve covered the components individually, I haven’t looked at the gas lines that fluidically connect them as necessary for a functional...Read more

High-purity Gas Panels Part 3: To Abatement and Exhaust

  Copyright Glew Engineering Consulting, Inc. In Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, I described some of the design challenges for the first parts of a gas distribution system: gas cabinets, liquid sources, valve manifold boxes (VMB) and the gas panel.  The gas cabinets store the gas cylinders, the valve manifold box controls the distribution of gases to one or more...Read more

High-purity Gas Panels Part 2: Gas Distribution in the Fab

As discussed in Part 1 of this blog series, gas panels are the control center for a process that requires gas phase flow.  As such, for any gas distribution system they are often the most complex and expensive component between the gas cylinder tank farm outside the semiconductor Fab and the process chamber.   The other parts of the system have their own requirements for safety and...Read more

High-purity Gas Panels Part 1: Introduction

  What's In a Semiconductor Gas Panel? A gas panel is a term of art in the semiconductor equipment (tool) and semiconductor processing industry.  Engineers refer to the box that controls the gases to a semiconductor processing chamber as a “gas panel.”  One way to think about it is to consider a system’s gas panel to be its “control panel” for the gases.  This the point where...Read more

Lean and Agile Mechanical Engineering: Part 3

Part 3 of 13: Welcome Changing Requirements   In this series of blogs, I’ve been looking at the strategies that agile software developers use to keep up with the ever-advancing cutting edge of their field, and taking stock of which of these ideals could be useful to a mechanical engineering firm.   The twelve principles laid out in the original Agile Development Manifesto [1] may...Read more

Lean and Agile Mechanical Engineering: Part 2

Part 2 of 13: Customer Satisfaction through Continuous Delivery...Read more

Agility in Mechanical Engineering: Part 1

Part 1 of 13: Introduction to Agile Development Software developers in the Silicon Valley often use the term “agile” when referring to lean startups or lean development  Many software startups tack this buzzword onto their business strategies and “about us” pages, as much a marketing decision as an actual organizational philosophy.  It might be easy to dismiss the notion as just...Read more