Photonic GT attracts users to Cleanrooms facilities

Harvard researchers during the installation of the Photonic Professional GT in 2015.

With the 3D microprinter, Photonic Professional GT cleanrooms give researchers access to a very versatile instrument for 3D micro- and nanolithography. Doing this, they open the way to research and developments that would otherwise be hard or impossible to achieve.

Currently, the average usage of the Photonic Professional GT at CNS lies at 600 hours every month. Cleanrooms continue to attract more scientists and developers from external universities and industry to these revolutionary instruments. With a resolution between electron beam and UV lithography, a 100× higher precision than stereolithography and full 3D design freedom, Nanoscribe systems complement the existing diversity of instrumentation at cleanrooms and enable rapid innovation.