nanoscribe: nanoscale 3D printed microstructures nanoscribe: nanoscale 3D printed microstructures
mar 18, 2013

nanoscribe: nanoscale 3D printed microstructures

nanoscale 3D printed microstructures by nanoscribeimage courtesy nanoscribe



using direct laser writing (DLW), german technology company nanoscribe have integrated the means of photonic professional laser lithography systems to create three-dimensional printed forms in nanoscale. the unique ability to structure in 3D with sub-micrometer sizes opens the door for rapid prototyping applications in areas such as 3D photonics and biomimetics, micro-fluidics and mechanical micro-structures.



three-dimensional photonic crystal of cubic symmetry fabricated by two-photon polymerizationimage courtesy nanoscribe



SEM image of cell scaffold image courtesy nanoscribe



micro-scale 3D printing of a spaceship video courtesy nanoscribe



micro mechcanical gearimage courtesy nanoscribe



micro-scaffold / comb for cellsimage courtesy nanoscribe



image courtesy nanoscribe



image courtesy nanoscribe




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