Nanoscribe Opens Micro 3D Printing Experience Center

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German 3D printer manufacturer and microfabrication specialist Nanoscribe has just announced the opening of their Microfabrication Experience Center. Centered at company headquarters in the ZEISS Innovation Hub at the gates of Campus North of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the new facility is set up for events involving as many as 100 people, and houses high-performance technology like the Photonic Professional GT2 and a Quantum X maskless lithography system.

The Microfabrication Experience Center features a spacious laboratory, exhibition, and conference rooms for product demonstrations, feasibility testing, and training as well as workshops covering the entire spectrum of 3D Microfabrication.

Open to customers, business partners, experts in AM processes, and other users and stakeholders, this new center will offer a site for comprehensive testing and validation of the potential for a range of applications—along with offering programs for improving 3D printing skills.

Known for nano-, micro-, and mesoscale production, Nanoscribe will also allow interested parties to meet with their experts to explore topics in microfabrication. They plan to customize visits for customers and others, depending on their technology interests, offering the following:

  • Individualized product demonstrations
  • Feasibility demonstrations
  • Training courses for new and experienced users to learn how to use Nanoscribe technology
  • Expert workshops
  • User meetings

Upon individual consultations with Nanoscribe engineers and sales consultants, product demonstrations will be available, giving customers a glimpse into the potential for additive manufacturing within their own companies using Nanoscribe’s 3D Microfabrication technology based on Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP) and Two-Photon Grayscale Lithography (2GL®).

Networking possibilities should also abound as customers, partners, and others meet at the facility to cover discussions regarding new trends in the 3D printing industry, challenges, and more—all centering around prototyping, printing, mastering, and replication.

While many customers will benefit from being able to see and use Nanoscribe hardware and software in person, plenty of other digital events will also be available and broadcast online live from the Microfabrication Experience Center, to include:

  • Customer visits
  • Product demonstrations
  • Training
  • Webinars
  • Workshops

The Nanoscribe team will be offering instructional exhibits and a variety of other programs from the Demolab, conference room, and showroom.

“We aim to inspire our customers and enable them to materialize their groundbreaking ideas and innovations with our 3D Microfabrication technology,” states Martin Hermatschweiler, CEO and co-founder of Nanoscribe.

“The new Microfabrication Experience Center is therefore important to validate the suitability of our technology for customers’ projects and to intensify partnerships. As a reliable partner in 3D Microfabrication we provide collaboration, problem solving and training options.”

Nanoscribe continues to be one of the most dynamic leaders in additive manufacturing, involved in countless projects, from combining micro-technology with conventional methods to offering materials for life-science applications, fabricating innovative medical devices like cochlear implants, and more.

[Source / Images: Nanoscribe]

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