HMRG - We put your materials to the focus.
HETEROMERGE (#HMRG) is a deep-tech venture. Based on our patented technology, we offer innovative hardware, that enables fast and convenient multi-material 3D printing. Our focus is on add-ons for two-photon laser lithography systems to enable our customer's substrate independence and wafer-level printing without any size restrictions. Find our more!
Multi-material 2-photon 3D printing
Clean multi-material separation
Optically active materials: Micro-cubes printed, using a consecutive exchange of three different materials, demonstrating clear material separation.
Print: Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GTII with HETEROMERGE in-situ exchange
Hybrid multi-material 2.5D + 3D printing
Lens on scaffolding: Micro-lens printed on top of a scaffolding using 3D two-photon laser lithography that can be done with multiple materials
Print: Nanoscribe Quantum X
Multi-material full 3D printing
Frauenkirche: Miniature model of the Frauenkirche Dresden (Church of our Lady). Scanning electron micrograph that was false-colored visualizing multi-material sections. Darkfield microscope image of model printed using HETEROMERGE in-situ material exchange: non-fluorescent PETA replaced by fluorescent PETA.
Print: Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GTII
Large Area printing
Material Resupply: Diffractive gratings demonstrating continuous large-area printing via material resupply and minimal surface contamination.
Print: 100 mm fused silica wafer printed on Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GTII with HETEROMERGE in-situ material resupply.
Our hardware enables our customers to reach multi-material 3D printing
- at highest resolution - Combine diverse materials in an unprecedented way by voxel-level material control with up to the 10 nm placement accuracy.
- without design limitations - Get the best of two worlds: free-form 3D design and your choice of materials.
- 10x faster than the standard multi-material solutions - Realize your full potential in hybrid geometry-material-co-design and shorten your R&D cycles through continuous printing.
- directly on active devices - Materialize micro-optics or integrated photonics on device substrates for temperature sensitive processes.