As for nanoscale 3D printing, the technology is called multiphoton lithography (MPL), most commonly known as two-photon polymerization (2PP). It uses, as its name suggests, the two-photon absorption of high intensity lasers such as near infrared light (NIR).
What is Nano 3D printing?
One example of a 3D printing being used as a nanotechnology is a process known as two-photon lithography. This is similar to traditional stereo-lithography but the laser-cured resin can absorb two photons at once.
Who are nano dimensions competitors?
The main competitors of Nano Dimension include Sanmina (SANM), Plexus (PLXS), TTM Technologies (TTMI), Celestica (CLS), CTS (CTS), Benchmark Electronics (BHE), Kimball Electronics (KE), Key Tronic (KTCC), SigmaTron International (SGMA), and Eltek (ELTK).
Why is nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology is a field of research and innovation concerned with building ‘things’ – generally, materials and devices – on the scale of atoms and molecules. A nanometre is one-billionth of a metre: ten times the diameter of a hydrogen atom. The diameter of a human hair is, on average, 80,000 nanometres.
What is microscale 3D printing?
As the name implies, microscale 3D printing is the use of additive manufacturing techniques to produce structures that have features as small as a few microns. To put everything into scale, a human hair is around 100 µm (microns) in diameter; that is one-tenth of a millimeter or four-thousandths of an inch.
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