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Nanofabrica, an Israel-based developer of precision additive manufacturing technologies, has announced the commercial launch of its micro-level resolution AM technology.
"To date, key AM platform developers have struggled to achieve a resolution under 50 microns, and the few micro-manufacturing AM technologies that exist are either extremely expensive in terms of machine and per-part costs, extremely slow, or have rigid size limitations," said Nanofabrica CEO Jon Donner.
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Nanofabrica's patented process is based on Digital Light Processing (DLP), which is combined with adaptive optics to achieve repeatable micron levels of resolution. This tool in conjunction with an array of sensors allows for a closed feedback loop. And this is the first time that adaptive optics have been applied to AM technology, according to Nanofabrica.
Nanofabrica’s AM platform is said to be able to achieve a one-micron resolution over centimeter-sized parts. With its 50 x 50 x 100 mm build volume, it can output thousands of parts in a single build. To enable these, a...
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