Photobears: Nanoscribe Seminar: 3D printing by two-photon polymerization sets new standards in micro- and nanofabrication

Lecture | January 25 | 3:30-4:30 p.m. | Cory Hall, 400 Hughes Room

 Dr. Benjamin Richter, Nanoscribe GmbH

 Photobears

The world’s fastest commercially available 3D printer with sub-micrometer resolution and are used to fabricate microstructures for numerous application areas such as photonics, cell biology, micromechanics, microoptics and microfluidics. With casting and molding techniques, the structures made of photo resist can be transferred into other materials like metals, silicon, ceramics or silicone. In this talk an overview of the technique, several application examples of customers and the newest in-house developments will be given.

 kapraun.jonas@berkeley.edu, 510-2202670