Nanoscribe uses tiny 3D printed polymer masters for serial production of micro-components

Nanoscribe uses tiny 3D printed polymer masters for serial production of micro-components

Germany’s Nanoscribe, a company specializing in nano-, micro-, and meso-scale 3D printing, has combined its Photonic Professional GT, the “world’s highest-resolution 3D printer” for fabricating tiny plastic components, with conventional serial production technologies. This year’s formnext 3D printing conference might have introduced a raft of large-scale 3D printing systems, but one of the most exciting new offerings at the Frankfurt-based event was focused decidedly on the other end of the size spectrum. We wrote about Nanoscribe’s impressive Photonic Professional GT printer a few months ago, but the German company—initially a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology—has now paired […]

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