Substrates and Masks


The full range of Ossila ITO glass, FTO glass and silicon substrates and corresponding deposition masks for fabricating thin-film devices for OPVs, OLEDs, OFETs/TFTs, sensors and for thin-film characterisation. For information and support please see our processing guides and videos or please contact us.

Photovoltaic ITO Glass Substrates and Masks (8 Pixel)


ITO glass substrates and associated deposition masks for fabricating lab-scale photovoltaic devices including OPV, perovskite, CZTS and more using Ossila's latest 8-pixel design. Can also be used for OLEDs. Standard size (20 x 15 mm).

OLED ITO Glass Substrates and Masks (6 Pixel)


ITO glass substrates and associated deposition masks for fabricating lab-scale OLED devices using Ossila's original 6-pixel design. Standard size (20 x 15mm). These substrates can be used for photovoltaics, however due to the increased current densities of newer thin-film photovoltaics we now recommend the 8 pixel photovoltaic substrates designed to minimise the effect of ITO series resistance.

Scale-up PV and OLED ITO Substrates, Modules and Masks


ITO glass substrates designed for blade coating, spray coating, slot-die coating and other large-area deposition techniques. Made to produce OLEDs and OPVs, as individual pixels or as mini-modules. Microscope slide size (25 x 75 mm).

Pixelated Cathode ITO Glass Substrates and Masks (6 pixel, legacy system)


An older design of prepatterned ITO for photovoltaics now replaced by the 8-pixel photovoltaic substrates.

OFET Substrates - Prefabricated and Prepatterned


Prefabricated silicon OFET substrates (low and high density) to facilitate and speed up device fabrication.

ITO OFET substrates and masks


Products for ITO OFET/sensing fabrication.  

Low Density OFET masks


A collection of active area shadow masks, gate masks and evaporation stacks for fabricating OFETs in Ossila's Low Density OFET system.

High Density OFET masks


A collection of active area shadow masks, gate masks and evaporation stacks for fabricating OFETs in Ossila's High Density OFET system.