top of page

A Dry Multimaterial Printing Technology | Nanoprintek

NanoPrintek presents the world’s first “dry multimaterial printer,” a disruptive technology that transforms the printing of functional materials and devices. The current printing technologies are liquid-based methods such as inkjet and aerosol jet printers, which suffer from major drawbacks, including complex ink formulations, surfactants/contaminants, limited printing inks, and the need for high-temperature post-processing to sinter the particles and remove the surfactants. This talk presents a disruptive inkless multimaterial printing technology where pure nanoparticles of various materials are generated in situ and on demand. These nanoparticles are then directed toward the printer nozzle and laser-sintered in real-time to form desired patterns and structures layer by layer. The Key technology advantages include 1) on-demand and in-situ generation of various pure nanoparticles without contaminations, 2) in-situ and real-time laser sintering of nanoparticles on various substrates with no further post-processing, 3) multimaterial printing of hybrid and tunable nanocomposite materials and structures. This supply-chain resilient technology transitions electronics printing to a new realm where pure, multimaterial, multifunctional, and hybrid materials are printed on demand with various applications in the electronics, healthcare, automotive, aerospace, defense, and energy industries.



Subscribe for updates

Thank you!

bottom of page