The design freedom of 3D printing on the micrometer scale allows to tailor three-dimensional environments for cells. Hence, intricate geometries as well as the precise reproduction of structures of biological origin are feasible.
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The properties of natural systems often relate to their micro- and nanoscopic composition. By means of Nanoscribe’s 3D printers, bioinspired materials can be easily fabricated mimicking complex designs with features at the submicron range. Read More »
The 3D microprinting technology from Nanoscribe can be used to directly print final shape parts onto prestructured substrates. This allows the fabrication of microfluidic elements like filters or mixers on microfluidic chips.
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High-precision components are needed for lab-on-a-chip applications as well as medical instruments in minimally invasive operations. Nanoscribe’s 3D printers provide the design freedom, and highest precision and resolution to fabricate customized biomedical devices. Read More »
3D microprinting can build functional micromachines based on complex designs. In combination with the wide choice of printable materials and compatible post-print processes a multitude of actuation and sensing approaches can be realized, e.g. by magnetic, chemical or optical mechanisms. Read More »
Novel designs of complex three-dimensional microstructures allow the tailoring of mechanical properties of materials. Ultra-light materials with an extreme structural strength have potential for many scientific as well as technological applications. Read More »
The two-photon based additive-manufacturing technology is the ideal tool for the fabrication of small parts for prototyping applications. Meso-scaled parts have many applications in optics, medicine, fluidics, electronics or mechanics. Read More »
Photonic crystals demonstrate the high resolution 3D patterning capabilities for very complex structures. Here you will find a selection of structures that were fabricated with our technology. Read More »
3D printing of micro-optical components is another application that is enabled by the high-resolution additive manufacturing technology from Nanoscribe. It allows printing of micro-lens arrays or prisms with complex surface shapes. Read More »
Our systems’ high-precision 2D and 2.5D patterning capabilities allow to create high quality diffractive optics along simple workflows in an additive way. Complex relief structures can thus be fabricated in one single step by 3D printing. Read More »
Optical key components and interfaces for integrated photonic devices benefit from Nanoscribe’s 3D printing solutions. Examples shown are three-dimensional photonic waveguides, couplers and advanced micro-optics on chip. Read More »
Two-photon "depolymerization" is a high-resolution maskless lithography method to transfer 2D patterns into positive-tone photoresists. Read More »