See how aligned 3D printing enables new optical sensing and imaging applications, how nanostructured surfaces can be printed for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and complex 3D designs mimic the natural surrounding of complex bio assays. With our broad range of printing materials we bring your application to life. From high-precision optics printed on fiber, towards live cell printing for advanced cell assays.
Don't miss our colleague Dr. Benjamin Richter’s talk on “Aligned printing on and in various chips for biological applications” on Tuesday, January 30 at 9:20 am.
Come visit us at booth 8241 (Hall D) to explore the world of nano and microstructures! Take a look at our Lensed Fiber Array demonstrator and our interactive showcase equipped with a tablet that allows you to zoom into our tiny 3D-printed structures.