November 7, 2022 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Georgia Tech Campus | Marcus Nanotechnology Building Room 1117
The trend of miniaturization is gaining momentum, as the demand for smaller and smaller parts for consumer electronics, medical devices, robotics, and life sciences grows. One of the new frontiers in Additive Manufacturing (AM) is the production of high-resolution, high-accuracy microstructures for industrial applications. These parts are not only difficult to prototype using existing 3D printers, but they are also often much more expensive and complicated to manufacture. Micro-Precision 3D Printing powered by PµSL technology delivers micro parts with the resolution, accuracy, and precision suitable for complex, intricate parts – with a speed that meets the needs for end-use production. After lunch, you will have the opportunity to see Georgia Tech’s micro 3D printer.
During this lunch you will learn:
- Why PµSL is a game changer in electrical, medical, and microfluidic applications
- AM’s advantages over traditional manufacturing
- Real life examples of companies using micro 3D printing to drive innovation
Join us for the event