Nanofabulous Seminar: 2μm PμSL Based 3D Printing and its’ application in Microfluidics, Microneedles, Biomimetics, Metamaterial, Micromechanics, etc.

Donald Chen
Boston Micro Fabrication
Maynard, MA 01754, United States

The trend towards miniaturization is occurring in more and more types of products and technologies, especially medical devices, flexible electronics, biomimetics, robotics, metamaterials, etc. Traditional manufacturing technologies face greater challenges in producing parts that are smaller in size but more complex in structure. For example, it is costly and time-consuming to build a mold for micro-injection molding or to complete the initial programming for CNC machining. Lithography technologies are mold-free, but require complex manual operations, resulting in very low productivity. To address the challenge of microfabrication, projection micro stereolithography (PµSL) technology, with its breakthrough resolution of 2µm/10µm, has been increasingly applied in microfluidics and microneedles. Through continuous development, PµSL has enabled multi-scale fabrication from 10μm to 100mm, high aspect ratio, high production efficiency, excellent biocompatibility, good performance for PDMS molding, and microscopic observation

11:00am, 28/06/2023
At the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication Boardroom
151 Wellington Road, Clayton, 3168
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Meeting ID: 832 3710 7490 and passcode: 758502

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