NewsMachine learning model may perfect 3-D nanoprinting

30th July 2020by admin0
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Two-photon lithography (TPL)—a widely used 3-D
nanoprinting technique that uses laser light to create 3-D
objects—has shown promise in research applications but has yet to
achieve widespread industry acceptance due to limitations on
large-scale part production and time-intensive setup.

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