Nanoscribe Launches New Printing Material for High Refractive Index Microoptics

The novel IP-n162 photoresin expands the opportunities in creating innovative miniaturized optical systems by means of 3D Microfabrication Karlsruhe. Nanoscribe introduces the new IP-n162 photoresin, a printing material with special properties for microoptical elements such as microlenses, prisms or complex freeform optics. The photoresin features a Read More »

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory – Lab breakthrough in 3D printing of glass

By Jeremy Thomas | thomas244@llnl.gov | LLNL   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and academic collaborators have demonstrated the synthesis of transparent glass through 3D printing, a development that could ultimately lead to altering the design and structure of lasers and other devices that incorporate Read More »

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