In the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Direct Write Fabrication of 3D Nano-Probes, scientists at Graz University of Technology are devoting themselves to the fundamentals of 3D nanoprinting to push its possibilities beyond current limitations, using focused electron beam induced deposition (FEBID), which is already used successfully in the production of complex, but often flat, nanostructures.
The Christian Doppler lab research team has advanced the technology in such a way, that even complex three-dimensional nanostructures can be produced in a highly controlled and predictable way. In addition to the production of new structures, the process also enables the modification of already finished micro and nano components. The individual, nanometer thin layers, which […]
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