3D printing by 2GL®, a 3D Microfabrication technology of Nanoscribe, was recently showcased in a Samsung video highlighting the imaging capacity of the microscale world.
In the Samsung video, it was shown how 3D printing by 2GL® can create detailed and microscopic 3D models with high levels of precision.
The microscale world visible in the video was made through 2GL® technology of Nanoscribe which spoke of the 3D Microfabrication standard set by the company. The eight 3D models of various elements shown in the video including the teenager with a game console and a detailed 56-storey skyscraper were made using 3D printing by 2GL® based on Two-Photon Polymerization.
Earlier we spoke of the company’s ability to make centimeter-sized 3D models in the Quantum X product line through their extra-large XLF print set. The Quantum X product line has harnessed the Two-Photon Polymerization-based 3D Microfabrication of Nanoscribe as shown in the Samsung video where 3D printing free from micro-optics was used to align optical fibres or photonic chips.
The polymer microstructures highlight how Additive Manufacturing can deliver high-precision designs with smooth surface finishing, sharp edges and shape. 3D printing ensured high aspect ratios were maintained in the 3D models all the while producing the parts at high printing speed.
The company’s Quantum X platform with the patented Two-Photon Grayscale Lithography 2GL® technology was already popular amongst microoptics AM parts makers. Now, with 3D printing by 2GL® Nanoscribe enhanced the voxel tuning technology, ultimately improving shape accuracy and surface quality. This increases manufacturing throughput by 60 times.
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