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UpNano joins MIT.nano Consortium
Provider of ultra-high resolution 3D printing becomes sustaining member of industry group.
"We're thrilled to welcome UpNano to the MIT.nano Consortium,"
UpNano US Inc. is the Boston-based U.S. subsidiary of UpNano GmbH. Headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the company is a global distributor of 2-photon polymerization-
The NanoOne platform includes a compact multiphoton lithography device with custom control software that supports a range of photopolymer materials. This system combines the high precision of 2PP with the possibility to dynamically change the dimensions of the focal point on demand. The result is a printer that is both high-resolution (producing feature sizes from 150 nanometers to 40 millimeters)
Additionally, an UpNano application scientist will be stationed at MIT.nano this fall to support research activities, including training, use of the NanoOne 1000, and collaboration with MIT researchers.
"UpNano is very excited to provide support to the important scientific mission of MIT.nano and affiliated researchers,"
In MIT.nano's quarterly industry consortium meetings, UpNano will provide advice to help guide and advance nanoscale innovations at MIT alongside the 10 other consortium companies:
MIT.nano continues to welcome new companies as sustaining members. For more details, visit the MIT.nano Consortium (https://mitnano.mit.edu/