Nanoscribe’s 3D microprinter Photonic Professional GT2 allows for the fabrication of complex and custom 3D microtools such as sensors and actuators. It enables the fabrication of microrobots that can conduct medical operations and interact with tissue and single living cells at the micro scale.

Remotely controlled micromachines, which can be powered by magnetic, chemical or optical actuation are crucial for tasks at the microscale such as minimal invasive operations. Depending on the desired actuation mechanism, microrobots can be printed from photopolymers, nanoparticle composites as well as hydrogels.

Metallic coatings can be applied for specific functionalities.


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Application Note Microrobotics

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