Nanoscribe is a German supplier of 3D printers for microfabrication. The outstanding Photonic Professional GT systems enable 3D printing as well as maskless lithography in one device. The performance of this groundbreaking device was emphasized in 2014 by being awarded Prism Award in the category "Advanced Manufacturing".
Nanoscribe systems are used for a variety of research and development tasks in science and industry worldwide, e.g. photonics, micro-optics, microfluidics, high-aspect ratio structures, MEMS, and life sciences.
With its laser lithography process based on two-photon-polymerization, Nanoscribe has established itself as a technological and global market leader for high-resolution 2D and 3D polymer structuring. The company was founded in 2007 as a spin-off from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), where since 2001 the technologically applicative basis for the subsequent spin-off was laid.
Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen German researchers from the Institute for Integrative Nanosciences at IFW Dresden have developed micro-motors, which can deliver poorly swimming sperms to the oocyte for fertilization.
The team around Prof. Debashis Chanda from the University of Central Florida (US) has developed a reflective display exhibiting continued color tuning over a large range of the visible color spectrum.
Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen The installation of a Nanoscribe 3D printing system at the Binnig and Rohrer Nanotechnology Center (BRNC) close to Zurich opens up entirely new opportunities regarding current and future research in nano- and microfabrication for ETH Zurich and IBM Research.
Nanoscribe is glad to welcome Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) amongst the Photonic Professional GT users.
3D printer for smallest dimensions