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Ultraprecise 3D Microprinting for Optical and Photonic Components

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A deep look into the micro- and nanoscales reveals how 3D microprinting is changing the design and manufacturing processes of precision components.

SOFÍA RODRÍGUEZ, NANOSCRIBE GmbH

Miniaturization is the trend of downsizing devices and products, which is triggering technological innovation. Miniaturization down to the microscale means functional components are becoming even smaller and lighter and increasing the performance of highly integrated systems. For example, miniaturized photonic chips, cameras, and sensor systems enable applications ranging from high-speed data- and telecommunications to ultra­compact imaging systems in mobile devices and disposable medical instrumentation at the point of care. These applications require new manufacturing and packaging methods...Read full article

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