SENIC Webinar Series: Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT - Submicron Resolution 3D Printing

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Presenter: Devin K. Brown
Senior Research Engineer
Institute for Electronics & Nanotechnology
Georgia Institute of Technology

The Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT is a direct laser writing system that uses two photon absorption to create 3D, 2.5D, and 2D structures with submicron resolution.  The Nanoscribe system sets new standards in 3D microprinting and maskless lithography. This highest resolution 3D printer enables the rapid fabrication of nano-, micro- and mesostructures with feature sizes starting from about hundred nanometers up to several micrometers. Surfaces typically covered are in the range of up to a few cm² laterally and print volumes of up to several 10 mm³. Unlike other 3D printing technologies, layer thickness and thus a resulting surface roughness is just a question of the right set of parameters – thus optical quality surface finishes can be reached.

This 30-minute webinar will provide an overview of the Nanoscribe system with a discussion of key features and capabilities followed by time for Q & A.  

Who should attend: Faculty, scientists, engineers, researchers, and technical staff from university, company, or government labs who are interested in learning about how this new 3D printing capability might enable their research efforts.

Register Here. Call in details will be provided to registrants.


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  • Created By:Christa Ernst
  • Created:07/27/2017
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  • Modified:07/27/2017