Volumetric Micro Lithography
We are working on a novel Additive Manufacturing technology suitable for serial production of microstructures. Our technology exploits a single-photon multiwavelength polymerization process controlled by a series of pre-calculated light exposures.
We call this Volumetric Micro-Lithography. This process enables direct printing of arbitrary polymeric micron-sized features at unprecedented speeds.
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Volumetric Micro-Lithography (VML) is a disruptive additive manufacturing method for polymer-based fabrication at the micro-scale. VML closes the gap between traditional 3D printing and micro- and nano-3D printing methods
Stereolithography struggles with small feature sizes. We break the sub-micron barrier with ease. Two-photon lithography is slow as molasses. We print at production-ready speeds. Greyscale lithography can't produce high aspect ratio structures or undercuts. We print free from any design restrictions.
With its innate resolution and speed, VML does more than enable rapid prototype production. It is the solution for bringing final products, however complex they may be, into serial production.
Learn more about Volumetric Micro-Lithography in our SPIE publication