Discover the Enhanced Performance of 3D Microprinting

The new Photonic Professional GT2: The world’s highest-precision 3D printer now offers enhanced capabilities. The limits of 3D Microfabrication shift toward the macroscale, expanding the range of applications. Volumes of dozens cubic millimeters now take shape at the highest rate. The printer performs with tailor-made and user-friendly solutions for a variety of uses, making it an ideal instrument for research laboratories, multi-user facilities, and industrial processes.


The New Photonic Professional GT2

Nanoscribe Photonic Professional PGT2.png

High-precision 3D printing with up-to-date solutions

New product features, new tools, and new processes boost the successor model of Nanoscribe’s established 3D printers. Designed with an enlarged print chamber, the printer produces millimeter-sized parts with print heights up to 8 mm. It works with a diverse range of print materials and substrates, opening up a wide range of applications. Read more »


Up to the Macroscale with IP Photoresins

Nanoscribe IP Photoresin.jpg

Tailor-made resins for micro- and mesoscale fabrication

Nanoscribe presents a new addition to the IP Resins: IP-Q stands for quick fabrication of mesoscale structures with millimeter dimensions. Together with the Photonic Professional GT2, this resin offers fast 3D printing with micrometer precision. The 3D printer software is up-to-date with optimized processes for different IP Resins and applications, e.g., for high-speed mesoscale fabrication. Read more »


One Device for a Wide Range of Applications

From rapid prototyping to small series production and replication tools

Nanoscribe’s 3D printers drive a wide range of applications in science and industry. The development of key new technologies benefits substantially from 3D microprinting: Photonic and mechanical metamaterials, on-chip compound micro-optics, magnetically driven microrobots, or cell scaffolds for cancer research are some examples.

A broad range of substrates serve as print surfaces, including photonic chips for highly integrated devices. The 3D printed structures can be used directly or can serve as templates for post-print processes to achieve other materials beyond polymers. 3D printed parts with replicable topographies are highly suitable polymer masters for replication, enabling serial production of, e.g., injection molded high-precision parts. Read more »

News

Back to the roots: KEIO University in Japan is now proud owner of a Photonic Professional GT2 system. The first ... Read more »
At Nanoscribe, the members of the "young DPG" were able to experience up close how a high-tech company can ... Read more »
Researchers from the University of Maryland recently developed one of the smallest and fastest legged microrobots ... Read more »

Exhibitions

EIPBN

May 28 - May 31, 2019

Minneapolis, MN (US)
Booth: 2

Nano & Graphene Fair China

June 3 - June 5, 2019

Shanghai (CN)

NanoInnovation

June 11 - June 14, 2019

Rome (IT)
Booth: 14

ENRIS

June 16 - June 18, 2019

Enschede (NL)
Booth: 12