Nanoscribe Opens Microfabrication Experience Center

Nanoscribe opened its new Microfabrication Experience Center, a high-end facility with equipment for nano, micro and mesoscale additive manufacturing. (Source: Nanoscribe)

The Microfabrication Experience Center at Nanoscribe’s headquarters in Karlsruhe has opened its doors these days. Nanoscribe, a German high-tech company offering additive manufacturing systems for the nano, micro and mesoscale, welcomes its customers, partners, users, experts, and other stakeholders interested in 3D microfabrication. The center bundles the company’s offerings to provide the best possible opportunities to test and validate the feasibility of applications as well as improving 3D printing skills in close collaboration with Nanoscribe engineers. Moreover, in the center customers, partners, and interested parties can get together with the experts to discuss the demanding issues in 3D microfabrication.

Located in the Zeiss Innovation Hub at the gates of Campus North of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the center offers state-of-the-art equipment with the option of hosting events for up to one hundred people on a total of 270 square meters. Thus, visitors can experience all aspects and facets of 3D microfabrication. Nanoscribe also hosts tailored visits for customers and interested parties to meet their specific interests. The Demolab is equipped with both printer lines – a Photonic Professional GT2 and a Quantum X maskless lithography system – and other production and characterization equipment, representing the heart of the center.

The Microfabrication Experience Center features spacious laboratory, exhibition, and conference rooms for product demonstrations, feasibility testing and trainings as well as workshops covering the entire spectrum of 3D microfabrication. (Source: Nanoscribe)

The center’s service portfolio ranges from individual product demonstrations, feasibility demonstrations or training courses to expert workshops and user meetings. Many of the Nanoscribe events are also offered online and broadcast live from the center to complement the face-to-face events in Karlsruhe.

Various opportunities to experience 3D microfabrication

The center is also the place for training sessions where new and experienced users practice working with the hardware and software of the 3D printers. In addition, the center connects customers, partners and interested parties in 3D microfabrication with experts to discuss current challenges, developments, and emerging trends. Topics of interest include 3D printing, prototyping, mastering and replication, as well as many more aspects of high-precision additive manufacturing.

“We aim to inspire our customers and enable them to materialize their groundbreaking ideas and innovations with our 3D microfabrication technology”, states Martin Hermatschweiler, CEO and co-founder of Nanoscribe. “The new Microfabrication Experience Center is therefore important to validate the suitability of our technology for customers’ projects and to intensify partnerships. As a reliable partner in 3D microfabrication, we provide collaboration, problem solving, and training options”, Hermatschweiler points out. (Source: Nanoscribe)

Link: Nanoscribe GmbH, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

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