High resolution 3D printing on a nanoscale: samples printed and tested according to ISO for first time

Written by Georgi Makin

3D printing on a nanoscale

UpNano (Vienna, Austria) has successfully 3D printed specimens for material characterization according to ISO standards, for technology that can 3D print objects on a nanoscale, as small as 200nm. UpNano (Vienna, Austria) has reported success in the 3D printing of test specimens for material characterization according to ISO standards, for technology that can 3D print objects on a nanoscale, as small as 200nm. The team claims this is a first for the industry, as it has previously been impossible to manufacture test specimens around the size of a few centimeters. In collaboration with TU Wien (Vienna, Austria) and using their...

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