Solutions for 3D Microfabrication: Prototyping, Tooling and Production
- Friday, May 24, 2019 from 10:00am to 11:00am
- Norm Asbjornson Hall, 153 - view map
Please join us Friday, May 24, at 10:00 AM for a talk and discussion with Dr. Benjamin Richter of Nanoscribe called, "Solutions for 3D Microfabrication: Prototyping, Tooling and Production.” The presentation is in 153 Norm Asbjornson Hall.
Nanoscribe, the world's leading manufacturer of 3D printers for microfabrication, presents new solutions for additive manufacturing and maskless lithography.
Thanks to optimized hardware and software components, as well as the new printing material IP-Q especially developed for larger volumes, high-resolution microstructures up to a height of 8 mm can now be produced for the first time; objects with submicrometer details up to 100 cubic millimeter in size can now be produced in a very short time.
A new printer can significantly shorten product development cycles, especially in cases where large-volume structures in the millimeter range are required, such as for microfluidic elements (filters or nozzles), lab-on-a-chip applications, or micro rapid prototyping. In the field of sensor and actuator technology, various product components can now be printed quickly and precisely on MEMS components or silicon chips without further adjustment or assembly processes thanks to the variety of printable substrates. The systems will also open new possibilities in the field of medical technology, such as the direct printing of micro-optics on glass fibers for minimally invasive endoscopes or the manufacture of microneedles for painless drug delivery through the skin.
- Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering