High Fidelity 3D Printing Through Computed Axial Lithography

Tech ID: 32285 / UC Case 2021-107-0

Brief Description

The inventor has developed novel algorithms and metrology methodologies, including real-time in-situ imaging of part formation, in computed axial lithography printing (CALP). CALP is a form of continuous 3D roll-based additive manufacturing which is distinct from roll-based micro/nanomanufacturing methods such as imprint lithography, gravure printing, and photo-roll lithography because it enables production of high aspect ratio reentrant features and voids in a single step that are difficult or even impossible with the existing methods.

Suggested uses

The invention has applications in mechanical metamaterials, microfluidics, 3D tissue culturing, and desalination.

Advantages

This technology enables production of high aspect ratio reentrant features and voids in a single step that are difficult or even impossible with the existing methods

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Inventors

  • Taylor, Hayden K.

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Keywords

3D Printing

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