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Pinpoint AM Of Complex 3D µ-Structures Of Pure Metal
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
11:40 - 12:00
Pin-point AM provides the possibility to print complex metallic 3D µ-structures on existing objects and surfaces. FluidFM is the technology allowing varied materials to be combined within one object. It can be used to print micron-wide solid metal structures directly into or onto individual objects as well as the repairing tiny structures or electrically linking minute objects. This pinpoint accurate, easy-to-use electro-chemical deposition based AM technique using the FluidFM µ3Dprinter. It allows various pure metals such as copper, silver, gold or platinum to be printed in a single one-step process.
Speaker Biography (Edgar Hepp)
Edgar Hepp is responsible for building up the micro 3D printing Business Unit at Cytosurge. He is a mechanical engineer with experience in the semiconductor field and held a Master degree in Business and Engineering from the Steinbeis University in Berlin. In his career, he held various positions such as Product Manager, Team Leader and Business Development Manager in organizations with a global footprint. The tremendous commercial potential and the entrepreneurial adventure of the micro 3D metal printing Business model have inspired him from the very beginning. email@example.com
Company Profile (Cytosurge)
Cytosurge is a young and high-tech ETH Zurich spin-off. The invention of the FluidFM technology led to the formation of Cytosurge in Zurich. A group of experts developed and commercialized the FluidFM technology. The FluidFM technology enables an immense range of applications in life sciences, biology, and physics. Cytosurge strives to provide the tools for new possibilities and applications at the forefront of nanotechnology, particularly in medicine, life sciences and material science.
The FluidFM µ3Dprinter is a brand new development that builds on the FluidFM core technology, but ventures into a completely different application space, namely that of printing metals on a micrometer scale.