2-photon polymerization – benchmarking commercial printers to access the nanometric scale in 3D printing

Federico Cantoni*, Laurent Barbe, Maria Tenje, Ada-Ioana Bunea

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Abstract

3D printing has been implemented as a reliable manufacturing technology in various fields including microfluidics. More recently, two-photon polymerization (2PP) not only allowed the 3D fabrication with resolution and feature size down to nanometric scale, but also opened to a full freedom in sample design [1], [2]. The development of new inks and faster printing systems has paved the way to an increasing amount of commercial 2PP printing systems. In this work, the ability of two printers to print high-resolution structures is compared.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2022
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventSwedish Microfluidics in Life Science (SMILS) 2022 - Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala, Sweden
Duration: 1 Jun 20222 Jun 2022

Conference

ConferenceSwedish Microfluidics in Life Science (SMILS) 2022
LocationÅngström Laboratory
Country/TerritorySweden
CityUppsala
Period01/06/202202/06/2022

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