The SPIE Photonics West 2020 was once again a great show with over 5,000 conference talks and 1,300 exhibiting companies, presenting the latest in optics and photonics technology. Quantum X, Nanoscribe’s maskless lithography system, generated strong interest in the photonics industry, with promising discussions on high-end fabrication of multi-level diffractive optical elements and novel refractive microoptical designs. Moreover, the new IP-Visio printing material has triggered a significant response from the biomedical sector.
Quantum X with strong interest at Photonics West
Last week, the SPIE Photonics West and BiOS, the world's leading biomedical optics, photonics and laser conferences gathered the global optics and photonics communities under one roof. A wide range of topics were presented in over 5,000 conference talks, including biophotonics, industrial lasers, optoelectronics, microfabrication, MEMS, MOEMS and displays.
With an extended exhibition area, the trade-fair received companies from multiple sectors such as laser systems, optical components, fiber optics, sensors, optical coatings and more. Nanoscribe presented the latest advances in 3D Microfabrication, including its Quantum X system based on the breakthrough Two-Photon Grayscale Lithography technology. Visitors could also find out more about Nanoscribe’s development projects in photonics packaging and printing microoptics on optical fibers. IP-Visio was launched within the frames of this event and attracted the attention of biomedical specialists. The great response during the conference confirms how microfabrication is clearly becoming one of the key technologies in the optics and photonics industry.
Many thanks for all visitors to our booth. See you next year at this exciting trade show and conference!