MicroMaker3D presents at Big Ideas Conference March 19-20 March
MicroMaker3D has been invited to speak at the 'Big Ideas' RadLaunch Presentations. This special session at the Big Ideas for UV+EB Technology Conference takes place March 19-20, 2019 in Redondo Beach, California. Six new technologies are given the opportunity to present at these sessions.
At the RadLaunch Presentations, Andrea Bubendorfer from the MicroMaker3D team will showcase our technology and talk about new and emerging opportunities for high resolution 3D printing using UV photoresists.
MicroMaker3D selected for RadTech 2019 RadLaunch Class
RadLaunch is a unique idea accelerator for UV+EB start-ups, students, and innovators which connects selected companies to UV+EB industry leaders through funding, guidance, and speaking/exhibiting opportunities. In February MicroMaker3D was selected as just one of six 2019 RadLaunch companies.
MicroMaker3D technology unveiled
New technology enabling rapid prototyping of high-resolution microscale structures opens up opportunities for small component manufacturers.
Callaghan Innovation today unveiled Laminated Resin Printing (LRP) – a new type of 3D printing technology that enables rapid prototyping of high-resolution microscale structures. Its MicroMaker3D team is one of ten exhibitors selected for IDTechEx’s Santa Clara Launchpad, an initiative showcasing new disruptive and state-of-the art technologies. The Launchpad initiative is limited to 10 selected applicants.
KiwiNet supports MicroMaker3D
A new type of 3D Printing technology enabling rapid prototyping of high-resolution microscale structures has been revealed by Callaghan Innovation. It is a project that received a kick-start from KiwiNet to support commercialising the technology.
KiwiNet’s Emerging Innovator Programme aims to have more scientists with disruptive new ideas working alongside businesses to solve industry challenges.
MicroMaker3D has been selected to attend IDTechEx through the Launchpad initiative.
The IDTechEx Launchpad initiative features early-stage start-ups, universities, newly spun-out companies, and research labs or government labs that have demonstrated a working prototype or product that highlights new advances related to 3D printing, electric vehicles, energy storage, graphene, internet of things, printed electronics, sensors or wearable technology.
The Launchpad initiative is limited to 10 selected applicants.