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direct laser interference patterning

Also called DLIP, a high-speed, high-resolution processing technique that uses high-power, pulsed laser systems to directly ablate micro- and nanoperiodic structures with different features on large and geometrically varying surface areas, improving their friction, wear, light management, adhesiveness, biocompatibility and other physical and chemical properties.
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