3D Microprinting: How Small Can We Go?

Nov 19, 2019
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About This Webinar
High-resolution and submicron precision are key requirements for producing 3D polymer structures at microscale for use in industrial applications. In this webinar you will learn about two-photon polymerization (2PP), a technology that enables 3D-printing resolution as small as 0.2 µm. Presenter Denis Barbier will provide examples of applications in different fields, such as micro-optics, microfluidics, metamaterials, and scaffold for tissue engineering.

About the presenter:
Denis Barbier, CEO, Microlight 3DDenis Barbier, Ph.D., is CEO of Microlight3D, a specialty manufacturer of ultrahigh-resolution 3D microprinting systems for industrial and scientific applications. Barbier has 30 years of experience in the optoelectronics industry. He is the former CTO of Teem Photonics, an optical components manufacturing company that he co-founded in 1998. He obtained a doctoral degree in optoelectronics from the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble in 1990.

Who should attend:

This webinar is for engineers and researchers who would like to discover or improve their understanding of 2PP technology. It will be of interest to technical personnel involved in the micro- and nanosciences as well as in the broader technological fields. 
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