A close-up of a miniature springs produced by the system. An innovative 2PP 3D-printing system that is capable of manufacturing across 12 orders of magnitude with exceptional speed has hit the market, enabling fabrication of polymeric microparts from the nano to centimeter range.
Several customers from industry and academia recently bought the NanoOne system by UpNano GmbH from Vienna (Austria), a spin-out of the TU Wien. Thanks to the versatility of the machine’s design, all orders were individually tuned to customers’ specifications. Especially strong assets of the NanoOne are a high-power laser, an optimized optical pathway, the patented adaptive resolution technology and purpose developed algorithms for laser scanning. In the wake of this successful market entry, the company also doubles the floor space in its Vienna headquarter and appointed a new Head of Global Sales, who has a proven track record in the industry. 2-photon polymerization (2PP) 3D-printing is an ultra-precise production technology at the edge of the physically possible. It enables companies to manufacture parts that were, literally, unthinkable a few years ago. At the same time, it is a highly sought-after technology in academic research. So far very few 2PP 3D-printing systems were able to meet the […]
A specialty manufacturer of high-resolution micro-scale 2D and 3D printing systems has 3D printed a micron-sized...