The ability to 3D print objects at a micro or nano scale opens doors for many new applications. Today, we’re going to look at Nanoscribe, a company that’s built the “world’s highest resolution 3D printer designed for ultra-precise and rapid microfabrication.”
Spun off from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in 2007, Nanoscribe’s founders are leading scientists in the field of nanophotonics. In other words, they’re experts in studying how light behaves at a nano-scale. ( That’s one of the things that makes nanotechnology so interesting. Under 100 nanometers, everything starts to behave differently. ) The German company has raised an undisclosed amount of funding to build what they’re calling the “highest resolution commercially available […]
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