A complex quantum dot circuit based on a clean and suspended carbon nanotube embedded in a circuit quantum electrodynamic (cQED) architecture is a very attractive platform to investigate a large spectrum of physics phenomena ranging from qubit physics to nanomechanics. We demonstrate a carbon nanotube transfer process allowing us to integrate clean carbon nanotubes into complex quantum dot circuits inside a cQED platform. This technique is compatible with various contacting materials such as superconductors or ferromagnets. This makes it suitable for hybrid quantum devices. Our results are based on eight different devices demonstrating the robustness of this technique.

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