The cover of the Commercial Micro Manufacturing (CMM) magazine’s August issue shows a microfluidic nozzle 3D-printed with a Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT2. In an accompanying article, our product specialist Dr. Frank Bokeloh also makes use of a nozzle to demonstrate the opportunities that our five Dynamic Precision Printing (DPP) modes open up in high-precision 3D printing. The article highlights the importance of smart software solutions for state-of-the-art 3D Microfabrication systems.
CMM magazine features Nanoscribe's
Dynamic Precision Printing concept
Nanoscribe has once again made it onto the cover of CMM, a magazine with expert editorial staff specializing in microfabrication technologies. The cover shows a 3D-printed microfluidic nozzle and this application is also the thematic anchor of an article about software-based precision and speed optimization of Two-Photon Polymerization 3D printing processes in the magazine’s August issue. Dr. Frank Bokeloh, product marketing specialist at Nanoscribe, outlines the opportunities of clever software solutions in high-precision 3D printing.
One focus is on the optimal balance between precision and speed, where DPP comes into play. With five software parameter presets, so-called Dynamic Precision Printing modes, customers and system users of the Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT2 can take advantage of balanced starting points and adjust them according to the design and specific requirements of their desired application.
Read more about Nanoscribe’s software solutions and Dynamic Precision Printing modes in Two-Photon Polymerization based 3D printing. The entire digital magazine is available for free download on the CMM magazine website.