Canada Makes is proud to announce Nanogrande as its newest member. Their game-changing direct nanoscale 3D printing technology is putting this Canadian company at the forefront of state-of-the-art additive manufacturing.
Nanogrande is Canada’s first company to develop a new and original 3D printing technology. The innovative layering approach allows Nanogrande to make one-nanometer thick layers with no restrictions in terms of material type, making them the World’s first direct nanoscale 3D printing company. Their approach opens the door for nanoscale additive manufacturing of an infinite number of materials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanodiamonds, nanofibers and even organic materials. What is even more impressive is that their printers can use a wide variety of materials with the precision comparable to expensive lithographic or semiconductors processes at a fraction of the cost.
Consider the cost of equipment investment, the time from the conception to the final production, including the prototyping phase, Nanogrande’s NG-1 and NG-100 3D printers offer definite gains in time and expense.
Nanogrande, bridges the gap between the high precision, expensive semiconductor processes and cost effective 3D printing techniques with their state-of-the-art nanoscale NG-1 and NG-100 3D printers.