Customer Experiences

Our 3D printing solutions help successful scientists and engineers in top ranked universities, research institutes and industry worldwide. Find out why they rely on our products and services:


JuliaRGreer.jpg zeichen01.pngWe have not one, but two Nanoscribe systems because we basically outgrew the capacity of what one instrument was able to offer. Our projects are so diverse, they range from biology and bioengineering to chemistry and electrochemical projects to mechanics and light interaction projects. For each of these projects, the architectures that we're interested in are very different. It wouldn't be possible to do the research that we're doing without Nanoscribe systems.zeichen02.png

Prof. Julia R. Greer, Professor of Materials Science and Mechanics, California Institute of Technology

Jiangdong_Deng.jpg zeichen01.pngAt Harvard’s Center for Nanoscale Systems, we have most lithography techniques in house. However, Nanoscribe’s 3D printer has a really unique three-dimensional fabrication capability where other more conventional lithography systems cannot compete. Also, its high resolution is beyond most of conventional photolithography capabilities. Our Nanoscribe system is very busy. The average tool usage is about 300 hours every month in 2017. We have already trained more than 100 users from more than 20 research groups.zeichen02.png

Dr. Jiangdong Deng, Senior Principal Scientist, Cleanroom Manager and Associate Director of the Center for Nanoscale Systems, Harvard University

Emely Harnisch.jpg zeichen01.pngThe optics and photonics sector demands for more individual structures for optical elements. The Photonic Professional systems open up multiple possibilities in the structure design and fabrication, so we can reach a higher functionality while miniaturizing the optic. Other techniques are lagging behind these demands.zeichen02.png

Emely Harnisch, Research Fellow Micro- and Nanoproduction, Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT

Giovanna Brusatin.jpg zeichen01.pngThe biggest advantage of Nanoscribe’s 3D printing technique is obviously the possibility to fabricate three-dimensional microstructures. But we also benefit from manufacturing 2D structures with high resolution. With UV lithography you cannot get a resolution down to one micron or less. However, with the Photonic Professional systems, you have all those possibilities.zeichen02.png

Prof. Giovanna Brusatin, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Padova

AliceWhite.jpg zeichen01.pngWe show that coupling 3D micro printing with MEMS actuators is a powerful way to produce 3D micromechanical systems tailored to specific needs. Nanoscribe 3D printers allow us rapid prototyping of submicron-resolution structures that would otherwise be impossible to fabricate via single-photon stereo-lithography or the deposition and etching processes commonly used in semiconductor foundries.zeichen02.png

Prof. Alice White, Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Boston University