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Thin Glass, Microsheets, & Display Glass

Thin and ultrathin glass materials for special technical applications

Here you can find an overview about our thin, ultra-thin, and microsheet glass products. These specialty flat glass materials are fabricated within various thickness ranges. Some of the ultra-thin glass types are available down to a very small thickness of 30 μm. Below you will find the links to our data sheets for these specialty glass materials:


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D263 T

The thin glass D 263 T is produced of the purest raw materials. It is plane and offers very good optical properties plus a high chemical resistance. This glass material is also available at ultra-thin thicknesses. Due to its high quality and it is often used as a display glass.

Thickness range 0,03 - 1,10 mm (0,0012 - 0,043") more...


AF 32® eco alkali-free-glass

AF 32® eco is a new ultra-thin aluminum-borosilicate glass that is alkali free in synthesis. The glass has a very similar coefficient of expansion as silicon. It is used for the production of micro-optics, optoelectronics, and ultra-thin glass wafers.

Thickness range 0,10 - 0,50 mm (0,004 - 0,043") more...


AS 87 eco

The new ultra-thin alumosilicate glass AS 87 eco is an SCHOTT glass that offers a high transmissivity in the UVB range. It features a low micro roughness and a small total thickness variation (TTV). more...

Thickness range 0,05 - 0,35 mm (0,002 - 0,0138")



MEMpax® borosilicate thin glass from SCHOTT has the extraordinary technical properties of borosilicate flat glass. Furthermore MEMpax® offers very tight thickness tolerances that are lower than those usually are obtained by mechanical polishing and it is a perfectly suited glass for anodic bonding processes.

Thickness range 0,20 - 0,50 mm (0,008 - 0,0197") more...



The alkali-free thin glass from SCHOTT has a low thermal resistance, low coefficient of expansion, and high light transmission. The production of AF 45 ultra-thin glass was discontinued in the meantime. However the 0,70 mm thickness is still available from us at the moment.

Glass thickness 0,70 mm (0,0276") more...


1737F low alkali glass

1737F is an alkali-free aluminum silicate display glass for higher temperatures and temperature fluctuations. The high-quality glass from CORNING in America is suitable for COG (chip-on-glass) electronics applications, micro-optics, and substrates for filters.

Glass thicknesses 0,70 mm and 1,10 mm (0,0276" and 0,043") more...


EAGLE2000 lightweight low alkali glass

EAGLE2000 is a light-weight alkali-free alkaline earth boro-aluminum-silicate glass molten by CORNING, America. The glass has good flatness low warp and high surface quality and is suitable for optics, micro-optics, and for display technology.

Glass thicknesses 0,70 mm and 1,10 mm (0,0276" and 0,043") more...


Selected white float glass

Our selected float glass is an inexpensive flat and universal thin sheet glass with very good surface quality, a reduced iron content, and good optical properties made by advanced drawing technology. The glass is often used for filter, mirror, and anti-reflection coating substrates.

Thickness range 0,40 - 4,00 mm (0,0157 - 0,157") more...



0211 is an alkali-reduced ultra-thin soda-lime sheet glass from CORNING, America that was made by a fire-polishing process. The production was discontinued some years ago. Only remaining stocks are still available.

Glass thickness 0,30 mm (0,012") more...



AF37 is an alkali- and arsenic free aluminum silicate display glass with good flatness, heat resistance, and good chemical resistivity. The production of this SCHOTT glass was discontinued shortly after it was introduced. We still have small remaining stocks.

Glass thickness 0,70 mm (0,0276") more...


Most of the above listed thin and ultra-thin glasses have a surface quality that is suitable for display applications without further optical processing or polishing. The vast majority of these materials offer a flatness that is better than what can be achieved with a mechanical polishing process at such small thicknesses. They excellent flatness, a very smooth surface, and a very low micro-roughness makes them ideal for glass applications in electronics and semiconductor technology for example as glass wafers. But also substrates for optical coatings like dielectric mirrors, filters, or anti-reflection coatings are often based on these glass materials. If you are not sure which thin glass is right for your application please use our information request form to contact us. We are happy to help you to choose the right material for your application design.


None of the listed ultra-thin glasses, microsheets, or display glasses match your application?

If you cannot find the thin or ultra-thin glass you are looking for or a desired glass thickness here please use our inquiry form to contact us or send us an inquiry by e-mail, Fax, or give us a call. Our company also has other thin-glass, ultrathin glass, and special glass from SCHOTT, CORNING, and many other well-known manufacturers in the extensive product range which may not have been listed here.