University of Dayton researchers create lower cost method of 3D printing nanoscale structures 

Researchers from the University of Dayton have published research describing an enhanced and more cost-effective method of 3D printing nanoscale structures.  The Opto-Thermo-Mechanical (OTM) nano-printing technique was found to be capable of printing on a nanoscale level of fewer than 100 nanometers (nm), or a thousand times smaller than a human hair. What’s more, because […]

Fraunhofer IMM scientists sharpen lasers for nanoscale metal 3D printed structures

Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Microengineering and Microsystems (IMM) in Mainz, Germany, are developing a novel process using multiphoton lithography to produce nanoscale structures on metal 3D printed parts. As part of a Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funded project dubbed “LAMETA”, the IMM team are aiming to achieve parts with features smaller […]