Enabling Science & Fundamental Research with µAM
The CERES system can print pure metal microstructures in both simple and complex geometries, thus offering a unique avenue to conducting microstructural characterization research.
Microscale metal parts such as needles, nozzles, and lattices can be created for other applications, and in geometries not possible with other technologies.
Printed structures are made entirely of high mechanical quality metal
Unprecedented design freedom in microscale sizes
Allows for testing of custom architectures, e.g. microscale test pieces for tensile strength testing.
CERES excels at printing microscale objects, such as:
Pillars (from <1 µm to 10 µm Ø)
Coils (e.g. for MEMS switches, surface contacting, cell transfection)
Arrays of parts (coils, micropillars, needles, etc)
Print Novel Structures
Real World Example: University of Pisa
Learn how CERES can be used to print
micropillar arrays for cell transfection studies, and p
rojects from life sciences to nuclear physics, photonics, and everything in between.
Talk with Our Team
Reach out to our team now, and discuss your fundamental research projects. We are always open to starting a conversation.
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