First Hybrid Nanotech Device Mimicking Blood-Brain Barrier

Nanoscribe´s 3D printer allows the fabrication of a real-scale model of the blood-brain-barrier   Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova (Italy), 8 February 2018 – Researchers at IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia fabricated an artificial device reproducing a 1:1 scale model of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), the Read More »

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Nanoscribe – Diffractive Security Features Fabricated in One Printing Step

Additive manufacturing of ultra-precise nanostructured optics allows time-saving and complex 3D fabrication At a time when combating counterfeiting becomes more and more important for the authentication of products, microprinting offers an innovative, quick and cost-effective solution for producing optically complex prototypes and polymer masters, e.g. Read More »

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Nanoscribe – High Precision Micro-Components Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing

Nanoscribe brings 3D micro printing and conventional serial production technologies together Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen  - At formnext, the leading trade fair for additive manufacturing in Frankfurt a.M. (Germany) Nanoscribe brought 3D micro printing and conventional serial production technologies together. Complex designs, faster iteration processes, and shorter product life Read More »

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Nanoscribe Moves into ZEISS Innovation Hub at KIT

ZEISS Invests €30 Million in Innovation Hub September 26, 2017 – Nanoscribe – specialist for highest-precision 3D printing – will move into the ZEISS Innovation Hub at the Campus North of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Expected key benefits are strengthening of its innovation Read More »

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Advanced Micro-Optics: Additive Manufacturing Overcomes Design Constraints

Photonic Professional GT sets benchmarks in microfabrication   Eggenstein- Leopoldshafen- June 19, 2017- The German company Nanoscribe develops and produces high-precision 3D printing solutions enabling research and industry to innovate by additive manufacturing. Previously, the resolution and precision that is needed in the fabrication of Read More »

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Nanoscribe – Additive Manufacturing of Micro-Optics

Nanoscribe enables 3D printing of micro-optics Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen   The German company Nanoscribe is developing and producing high-precision 3D printing solutions enabling the micro-optics industry to innovate by additive manufacturing. Typically, the benefits of additive manufacturing are considered to be fast and flexible design iterations as Read More »

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Nanoscribe – New Standard for the Fabrication of Nozzles

By Nanoscribe 3D printing today is a well-established technology for the fabrication of models or prototypes in various academic and industrial environments. However, the advantages of additive manufacturing provide also benefits for the production of end-use products. Among these advantages are cost-effective production of complex structures Read More »

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Nanoscribe — Mini Gift for HeKKSaGOn Conference at KIT

  October 5, 2016 — Nanoscribe, a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), has once again managed to make a big impact with a tiny present: As part of the HeKKSaGOn conference, which took place from September 29-30 in Karlsruhe, Japanese university presidents Read More »

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Photonic Professional GT Brings Benefits of 3D Printing to the Microscale

by Nanoscribe The future markets of many industries are characterized by trends such as increasing product variety and complexity, shorter development periods and product life cycles, as well as smaller batch sizes and individualization. Industry experts increasingly identify additive manufacturing as the industrial manufacturing method Read More »

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Nanoscribe – Successful User Meeting in Harvard

  Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen – July 5, 2016 –  In June, the 3D printer manufacturer Nanoscribe held its first user meeting in the US at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In collaboration with the institution’s Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS), which makes a Nanoscribe laser lithography system available Read More »

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