High-Resolution 3D-Printing: Breakthrough by Material Characterization According to ISO

Technology leader UpNano succeeds in manufacturing cm-sized bending and tensile test specimens using a technology that allows nm-resolution 3D-printing.
By: PR&D
VIENNA - May 27, 2020 - PRLog -- Manufacturing of cm-sized test specimens for material characterization according to ISO standards has now been achieved for the first time with a technology that allows 3D-printing a feature size of 200 nanometers. The innovation leader for high precision 2-Photon Polymerization (2PP) 3D-Printing, UpNano GmbH, succeeded in printing test specimens from their specific photopolymer on their state-of-the-art NanoOne-printer in sizes and shapes necessary for ISO tests. This achievement is the result of a productive collaboration with the TU Wien (Austria). Previously it was considered impossible to print specimens at the (large) size necessary for ISO tests with a photopolymer and a 2PP 3D-printer that at the same time is able to achieve a resolution in the sub-micrometer range. The proprietary adaptive resolution technology of UpNano in combination with a powerful laser makes this now possible and thus 3D-printing of nm-sized parts using materials characterized according to ISO for industry and academia.

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About UpNano (May 2020)

Founded in September 2018 as a spin out of the TU Wien, UpNano is a Vienna-based high-tech company with the focus on development, manufacturing and commercialization of high-resolution 3D printing systems based on 2-photon polymerization. With the first commercial product, the printing system NanoOne, microparts with structure details down to 200 nm can be printed. Due to the very fast printing process, also meso scale parts up to several centimeters in height can be realized.

Contact UpNano
Denise Mandt

Head Marketing & Sales

Modecenterstraße 22, D36

1030 Vienna, Austria

T +43 (0) 676 3943728

E denise.mandt@upnano.at


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