3D printing and miniaturization are revolutionizing the design, prototyping, and manufacturing of medical, electronic, microfluidic, and micro mechanical devices. Yet most of the current 3D printing platforms can’t produce small parts with fine features at high accuracy, resolution, and precision. Of the few suitable technologies that are available, there’s also confusion about what the terms “micro 3D printing” and “nano 3D printing” really mean. In part, that’s because terms like “nano” and “nanotechnology” are used broadly and sometimes imprecisely. This white paper compares Micro and Nano 3D printing technologies – and addresses the key differentiators between the two technologies.
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