Exaddon µ3Dprinting - Nano printing - additive micromanufacturing of metals

Think big. Print Small. Additive micromanufacturing. The animation shows an example of how the Exaddon µ3Dprinter prints submicron structures in liquid or air. Exaddon CERES systems use hollow cantilevers to dispense various fluids in air or liquid. Their unique combination of microfluidics and atomic force microscopy (AFM) feedback allow to monitor and control the deposition process. This allow to achieve 2D and 3D prints at different speeds, sizes and resolutions with a great freedom of design. Explore the microprinting applications beyond imagination with the Exaddon µ3Dprinter.

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