NanoOne

The fastest high-resolution 3D printer on the market

The NanoOne dispels the myth that 2 photon polymerisation bioprinting is slow.

  • UpNano NanoOne high speed3d printer with sub micrometer resolution

    Key Features

    • High throughput - Up to 200mm3 per hour
    • High resolution - Sub-micron resolution down to 170nm
    • High power laser - 1W laser suits production of mesoscale parts
    • High power laser - 1W laser suits production of mesoscale parts
    • Low absorption laser - Compatible with cells, tissue and bioprinting applications
    • Versatile - Suitable for scientific research and batch production
    • Compact - Benchtop form factor
    • Customisable configuration - Modules can be added at any time to suit specific requirements

The NanoOne closes the gap between conventional 2PP (2 Photon Polymerisation) printing and microstereolithography. It is the first commercial system that is able to produce components in the centimetre range (up to 42mm) with structural details in the range of 170nm at extraordinary speed.

NanoOne Applications

The NanoOne is suited to applications including:

  • Micro-Optics
  • Micro-Mechanics
  • Microfluidics
  • Medical engineering
  • Surface modifications
  • Filter elements
  • and much more!
  • Demonstration of Capabilities

    Run time 2:28 min

    This short video demonstrates the main features and capabilities of the NanoOne 2PP printer. Take note of the speed and precision.

  • UpNano NanoOne 3D printing applications examples

    Application Examples

    Here are some examples of the capabilities of the NanoOne 3D printer that demonstrate the size range of the parts that can be produced and the differing levels of geometric complexity.

  • Demonstration of Speed

    Check out this real time deonstration of the NanoOne printing 121 structures each 4 µm x 4µm x 12 µm in only 30 seconds.

  • All
  • CL
  • CLEM
  • EBSD
  • EDS
  • Electron Beam Lithography (EBL)
  • Electron Microscopy
  • Fabrication
  • FIB
  • In situ
  • Micro XRF
  • Microscopy
  • SEM
  • TEM
  • Thermal Probe Lithography
  • WDS