3D Metal Printing With Submicron Resolution For Micro Object Manufacturing, Surface Manipulation And Conductivity Printing
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom C
11:40 - 12:00
The FluidFM technology enables the control of liquids in the femtoliter scale. With this unique liquid control, a new 3D printing manufacturing process is possible. The "FluidFM µ3Dprinter" can dispense almost any liquid threw the micro channeled micropipette and in the case of 3D metal printing an aqueous solution containing metal ions that rapidly grow into solid metal voxels. This technique allows printing of various metals, e.g., copper, silver, gold, in one single process step.
Edgar Hepp is the responsible Business Development Manager for micro 3D printing at Cytosurge. He is a mechanical engineer with experience in the semiconductor field and has a Master's 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 global footprint. The tremendous commercial potential and the entrepreneurial challenges of the micro 3D metal printing technology have inspired him from the very beginning. During the show, Edgar Hepp will be available for personal meetings. For an appointment kindly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cytosurge is a "young" and high-tech ETH Zurich spin-off founded in the year 2009. The first ground-breaking FluidFM® publication led to the formation of the Cytosurge Company in Zurich. In the ensuing years, a group of experts developed and commercialized the FluidFM® technology with focus on life sciences, biology and physics- all related to single cell research. On-going research led to a totally new field of technology: direct printing of sub- and micrometer 3D metal objects.
FluidFM®, the technology to control liquids in the femtoliter scale and to manipulate objects, invisible for the human eye.
FluidFM µ3Dprinter, the brand new development that enables the printing of complex metal objects on a micrometer and even submicron meter scale at ambient temperature.