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Discover the new possibilities in high-resolution 3D printing.

In the course of a feasibility study or development project, new applications can be tested and established in the UpNano application center.
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Across 12 orders of magnitude

The use of a high-power laser enables the precise fabrication of polymeric parts in the nanometer, micrometer and centimeter range. Within times never achieved before.
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Highly efficient batch production

With the vat mode UpNano has laid the foundation for the batch and series production of 3D printed plastic microcomponents.
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High-resolution desktop printing system with sub-micron resolution.

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Fast

Up to a 100 times higher throughput for short production cycles.

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Powerful

High power laser for mesoscale fabrication and biological applications.

Top-level 3D printing for industry and research

NanoOne is the fastest high-resolution 3D printing system on the market. It is based on multiphoton lithography and combines precision with unmatched throughput.

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Precise and efficient

NanoOne is suitable not only for scientific research approaches and multi-user facilities but also for the batch and small series production of industrially applied microparts.

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Minimal horizontal feature size
≥170 nm

Minimal vertical feature size
≥550 nm

Minimal surface roughness
≤10 nm

Throughput up to
200 mm³/h

Writing speed
≥1000 mm/s

Accessible writing area
100x120 mm

Part height up to
40 mm

Printing with
living cells

Batch and small
series production

Desktop
printing system

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Prof. Dr. Francesco Moscato
Medical University of Vienna

One of the main reasons for our purchase of NanoOne was that it was the only technology available that could quickly print high-resolution parts with an overall size of several millimeters.

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After intensive evaluation, we decided to purchase NanoOne in March 2019. One of the main reasons for us was that this was the only technology available that could quickly print high-resolution parts with an overall size of several millimeters. These parts had a multitude of extremely small channels, which required micrometer resolution. Another substantial argument in favor of this system was the possibility to print on various slides as well as directly in cell culture dishes. Since the installation by UpNano in September 2019, the printer has been running trouble-free and producing excellent results. We are also very happy with the constant support we receive and the scientific exchange with UpNano.

With NanoOne we were able to improve our nozzle designs while shaving a lot of time off the fabrication process.

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I got to know the UpNano team in June 2019 during the Laser Photonics conference in Munich and was intrigued by their ambitious plans for the NanoOne 2PP printer. I immediately challenged them with a couple of difficult problems that we had previously only managed to work around, which quickly matured into a close and productive cooperation. My lab engineers ultracompact 3D microfluidic systems and we were using other 2PP systems to prototype these in the past. A lot of our design work is on balancing resolution and print speed to achieve desired performance and rapid fabrication rates. With NanoOne we were able to further improve our nozzle designs while shaving a lot of time off the fabrication process. This redefined the scope of what projects we can pursue in the future and we are now working on several exciting manuscripts with the UpNano team. Throughout the process UpNano was extremely responsive and resourceful in meeting our science and engineering challenges with high attention to detail and quick turnaround times.

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Dr. Michael Heyman
University of Stuttgart