Qingdao University in China ordered a Photonic Professional GT2, which makes the 200th system sale for Nanoscribe. Equipped with the latest hardware and software, the 3D Microfabrication system will be used to explore novel fiber materials and its properties. Nanoscribe is experiencing a strong growth in the APAC region thanks to the great resonance of the technology for nano- and microfabrication.
200th Nanoscribe 3D Microfabrication system acquired by Qingdao University
About one year after the successful product introduction of the Photonic Professional GT2 in December 2018, Nanoscribe hits the mark of the 200th system order. The new generation 3D printer will go to the College of Textiles and Clothing of Qingdao University in China’s eastern Shandong province. The research facility focuses on novel textile fiber materials and its processing technology.
Contribution in material science and engineering
With the use of Nanoscribe’s 3D printer, the researchers will investigate the multi-performance and high-strength of engineered fiber materials. With the system’s capability to fabricate complex 3D structures, researchers will be able to synthesize new materials and study their properties. They will explore materials with engineered characteristics such as ultra-strength, ultra-lightweight and ultra-resilience for applications in aerospace and body protection. Furthermore, it is planned to work on tissue engineering using biocompatible as well as biodegradable fiber materials with the 3D printer.
Upgrades allow to extend previous system capabilities
Nanoscribe also pursues a sustainable product care approach that enables our existing customers to upgrade their systems with today’s 3D Microfabrication technology. Thus, owners of systems with previous configurations can extend the printing possibilities of their systems by upgrading to Photonic Professional GT2’s capabilities.