Two-Photon Polymerization (TPP)
Poly-Alanine-ε-Caprolacton-Methacrylate as Scaffold Material with Tuneable Biomechanical Properties for Osteochondral Implants
Study of fabrication of artificial structures for musculo-skeletal tissue engineering, which was done by Two-Photon-Polymerization (TPP).
In this paper, massive parallelization is demonstrated which was realized by using a beam splitting diffractive optical element (DOE).
3D-printed Optics: Focused femtosecond pulses print optical components with subdiffraction-limited resolution
High-precision 3D printing provides a wide range of freedom in design for industrial fabrication of advanced optical components and products. LFW December Issue/2019
Manufacturing strategies for scalable high-precision 3D printing of structures from the micro to the macro range
Two-photon absorption (TPA) provides freedom in design for the fabrication of novel products that are not feasible with conventional techniques.
The EIPBN conference, which stands for the International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication, and is
In what is already a tradition ahead of the MNE International Conference on Micro and Nano Engineering, Heidelberg Instruments and
Press Release “LUMINEQ Boosts Transparent Display Innovation with Cutting-Edge MLA 300 Laser Exposure Tool from Heidelberg Instruments” by LUMINEQ dtd. Sept. 11, 2023
September 1, 2023, Espoo, Finland – Lumineq Oy, a global leader in transparent display technology, has announced a strategic investment
We are thrilled to announce the results of our recent image competition, which showcased the capabilities of our tools in
Get a sneak peek into current material related research and further prospects. Our webinars on our NanoFrazor® Technology cover a
Redefining Wafer-Level Packaging Production with Heidelberg Instruments Flexible Direct Writing Technology
Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Instruments, a global player in direct write technology and solution provider for the advanced packaging market,
Successful 7th Edition of the Thermal Probe Workshop hosted by Heidelberg Instruments Nano After a break of more than three