Closing the gap – High-precision 3D printing – Presented by Ruth Houbertz , Multiphoton Optics

Closing the gap – High-precision 3D printing – Presented by Dr. Ruth Houbertz , Multiphoton Optics GmbH at the 3D Printing Electronics Conference, which takes place on Jan 24, 2017 at High Tech Campus Eindhoven in The Netherlands

The amount of data is continuously increasing, driven by big data, IoT, and Industry 4.0. Reducing power consumption in data processing is impacting all data processing systems in a vast majority of products. 3D printing is typically restricted to additive fabrication within one material class, structures are limited in size, shape, surface finish, requiring supporting structures. This prevents high quality photonic components. High precision 3D printing is a powerful tool for prototyping of miniaturized designs in automated, scalable processes for products in photonic or medical packaging, with additive and subtractive fabrication to be integrated into 2D process work flows.

About Dr. Ruth Houbertz
Physicist, Multiphoton Optics GmbH cofounder, CEO & Managing Director since 2014, in 2013 CTO. From 2000-2012, at Fraunhofer ISC in different technical and management positions. Worked at Sandia Nat.’l Labs in Livermore (USA). Invented more than 90 patents. Finalist in the Prism Award 2015 and the Green Photonics Award 2013.

About Multiphoton Optics GmbH
Multiphoton Optics offers a 3D Printer Platform, Software, and Prototyping & Engineering Support for high-precision 3D printing of many materials. Additive and subtractive fabrication are integratable into 2D process work flows, providing 3D prototyping of miniaturized designs in automated, scalable processes for products in ICT, IoT, photonic or medical packaging.