Exaddon CERES system installed at Max Planck! We are very happy to announce that the Department of Structure and Nano- / Micromechanics of Materials at Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung (MPIE) now own a CERES system to advance their research in various exciting projects in fluid mechanics and materials science.
MPIE conducts advanced basic materials research related to the fields of mobility, energy, infrastructure, medicine and digitalization. According to the Department of Structure and Nano- / Micromechanics of Materials:
"Detecting and understanding the underlying mechanisms is the key to improve the mechanical performance and lifetime of miniaturized materials and also of macroscopic materials."
The purchase and installation of the CERES system is a great step forward in enabling further understanding of miniaturized materials.
A long time collaborator with Exaddon, Group Leader Rajaprakash Ramachandramoorthy is using our CERES system for investigations in multiple fields.
We are very excited to see the forthcoming research from Raj, Sung-Gyu Kang, and Bárbara Bellón!
CERES can print 99% density copper structures (amongst other metals) with submicrometer resolution, at room temperature. These capabilities set it apart from other microscale AM technologies such as Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP), allowing CERES operators to print microscale metal structures directly in situ, such as lattices, micro pillar arrays, needles for neural interfaces, helices, or waveguides, directly on a chip surface.
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