Two-photon-polymerization can be used for the direct printing of complex micro- and mesoscale 3D parts. These parts can be transparent, have optical-quality surfaces, and be printed on pre-structured surfaces. We will present recent results from internal and publicly funded projects that apply this technology to facilitate optical packaging.
In 2013 Jochen Zimmer finished his doctorate at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in the subject of superconducting nanostructures. Zimmer previously worked in the 3D printing industry (for INDMATEC GmbH, Stratasys GmbH/MakerBot Division) and since 2017 with Nanoscribe GmbH.