LLNL discovers new piece of two-photon lithography by turning it on its head

LLNL discovers new piece of two-photon lithography by turning it on its head

Improving the delicate process of 3D printing features smaller than the width of a human hair has, as you can imagine, many parameters to consider. To widen the applications of the method, new materials have to be created. And increasing the size of parts can come at a cost to time. At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have uncovered a new piece to the two-photon lithography puzzle that maximises the possibilities of the technology, especially for use in medicine. Two-photon lithography “on its head” Two-photon lithography can 3D print features that are much smaller than the resolution of […]

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