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  • Using a brand new method of nanofabrication developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, up to 1,000 times faster than any previous 3D nanoprinting method, engineers were able to produce a cuboid structure with nanoscale features that would take several hours with existing two-photon lithography (TPL) technology in about eight minutes. Researchers also produced the thinnest nanowires ever printed by any similar system — as thin as 140 nanometers in width or about 400 times finer than human hair — and bridge and curved structures that are challenging or even impossible to print at this scale with other techniques.
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Using a brand new method of nanofabrication developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, up to 1,000 times faster than any previous 3D nanoprinting method, engineers were able to produce a cuboid structure with nanoscale features that would take several hours with existing two-photon lithography (TPL) technology in about eight minutes. Researchers also produced the thinnest nanowires ever printed by any similar system — as thin as 140 nanometers in width or about 400 times finer than human hair — and bridge and curved structures that are challenging or even impossible to print at this scale with other techniques.
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