Additive Manufacturing, like 3D printing, is a revolutionary manufacturing process that builds objects from digital models. Unlike subtractive methods that involve cutting away material, Additive Manufacturing adds material precisely where it's needed resulting in greater design freedom.
This technology has transformed industries by enabling rapid prototyping, customization, and the production of complex geometries that would be otherwise challenging or impossible to create. From aerospace components to medical implants, Additive Manufacturing has found applications across a wide spectrum of fields, making it a pivotal force in the future of manufacturing.
You want to produce complex 2D or 3D microstructures from CAD models?
Polymers are suitable materials?
The resolution of the structures is approximately between 200 nm and 100µm?
Our expertise lies particularly in advanced techniques such as Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP), UV lithography and and Stereolithography.
These cutting-edge processes offer unparalleled precision and resolution, making them ideal for creating intricate microstructures and components with exceptional detail. These techniques empower us to tackle projects that demand the highest levels of intricacy and precision, setting us apart in the field of Additive Manufacturing.
- Development of specific solutions and processes
- Systems for two-photon polymerization
- Polymeric micro structures from 100 nm to centimeter size
- Complex micro systems for application in
- micro optics
- micro fluidics
- micro sensors
- femtoBond, our photo resist series for two-photon polymerization