Photosynthetic is a young tech start-up founded in 2019 in Amsterdam, developing a new manufacturing platform for microstructures. Our interdisciplinary approach to 3D printing has allowed us to break boundaries in manufacturing.
*We developed μSADALP™ (Microreactor Selective Area Direct Atomic Layer Processing/Printing) patent-pending technology that provides highly conformal, direct material writing, and removal with atomic precision and material versatility.
With over 1,000 installed systems, Heidelberg Instruments (HIMT) is one of the leading international players in the development and production of high-precision photolithography systems and nanofabrication tools. HIMT systems are installed in industrial and scientific facilities around the world. They are used for efficient direct imaging, as well as for photomask fabrication for a wide range of industries - including semiconductors, quantum computing, photonics, 2D materials, IoT, and many related application fields. With over 35 years of experience and highly dedicated developers, Heidelberg Instruments delivers complex lithography solutions tailored to micro- and nanofabrication requirements and specific customer needs.
Multiphoton Optics GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Heidelberg Instruments Mikrotechnik GmbH, is a global solution provider for 3D lithography via two-photon polymerization (TPP). This disruptive technology enables the production of complex functional structures in micro-optics and microsystems technology, optical interconnect technology, micromechanics, and biomedical technology. The modular 3D printing platform enables the high-precision fabrication of structures in the submicrometer to millimeter range with very high throughput.
UpNano GmbH is a spin-off company of TU Wien and was founded in September 2018. The business purpose of the company is the development, production and commercialization of high-resolution 3D printing systems and associated materials. The printing process is based on 2-photon polymerization and enables new standards in micropart fabrication. Due to the biological background of the research team at TU Wien the system has been developed to also allow biocompatible printing.
The cutting-edge additive micromanufacturing technology (µAM) of Exaddon produces complex metal objects through 3D printing at micrometer sizes.
With a possible object size range of <1 µm to 1000 µm, Exaddon's µAM print system offers an extensive range of solutions for fundamental research and industry applications
Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) offers the leading micro 3D printing technology for diverse use cases that require the unique combination of excellence in three key areas: resolution, accuracy, and precision. Using polymer and composite additive manufacturing, BMF is able to produce high-precision/high-tolerance industrial parts (2μm printing resolution and +/- 10um tolerance). Today, BMF is the only industrial 3D printing company to match the quality of high-resolution injection molding and CNC processing.