Nanoscribe’s 3D printers are the world's highest resolution systems for 3D nano- and microfabrication. They combine the technology of two-photon polymerization with a regular 3D printing workflow for additive manufacturing and maskless lithography. The devices offer enormous 3D design freedom, submicron feature sizes, and optical-quality surface finishes.
The 3D printers have been designed with solution-oriented processes that are based on the combination of tailor-made resins, objectives and software settings. With a powerful, user-friendly software, the systems are ideal for printing polymer objects directly from CAD models and offer highest degree of automation.
Nanoscribe systems are drivers of innovation for numerous key technologies. More than 1,000 users worldwide in top universities and pioneer companies benefit from the versatile and easy-to-use 3D printers. The award-winning systems set new standards in diverse applications, e.g., in the fields of micro-optics, integrated photonics, diffractive optical elements (DOE), plasmonics, photonics, optical interconnects or biomedical engineering.
The German company was founded in 2007 as a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Within a few years Nanoscribe has managed to turn to a medium-sized company and established itself as global market and technology leader in 3D microfabrication.