The Sirris Micromanufacturing Lab is offering a free 30-minute webinar on a micro-3D-printing platform combining multiple steps in the printing process on 24 January at 11.00
The Sirris Micromanufacturing Lab is organising a series of short webinars to introduce its micromanufacturing technologies. The webinars are part of the Coock project funded by VLAIO in partnership with MEDVIA.
Sirris commissioned a micro-3D-printing platform combining multiple steps in the printing process, enabling the rapid production of functional prototypes from a few centimetres down to a few micrometres. In this 30-minute webinar, Sirris’s Micromanufacturing Senior Project Manager will discuss the possibilities of this platform.
3D printing techniques have evolved significantly in recent years, both in terms of manufacturing methods and the materials that can be processed. Until recently, there was a lack of an integrated system capable of covering the entire dimensional range typical for micromanufacturing, from a few centimetres to a few microns.
Faced with this situation, and thanks to the support of the ERDF, Sirris commissioned the development of a micro-3D-printing platform, combining both a micro-stereolithography module and a multi-photon polymerisation head on the same workbench.
This platform enables the rapid production of functional prototypes in commercial polymer resins for all fields of activity, covering a dimensional range from a few centimetres down to a few micrometres in resolution. It can also be integrated into hybrid approaches, in combination with micro-machining or replication processes for instance.
Would you like to know more about the capabilities of this multi-scale 3D micro-printing technology and how to access it? Register for this quick webinar that takes place on 24 January at 11.00.