|Micro-Contact Printer µCP2.1|
The Micro-Contact-Printing system µ-CP2.1 combines silicon- and PDMS- micro-systems technology. The compact desktop instrument prints micrometer and submicrometer patterns in a semi automatic way. The machine functionalizes up to four stamps by inking and drying. Subsequently each stamp touches down onto the target substrate. It is arranged on a vernier drive. Thus different patterns from different materials can be well aligned to each other.
Usually biomolecules like DNA, nanoparticles, beads and cells are used to print the desired patterns.
Thermal UV-supported Nano-Imprint-Lithography (UV-NIL) is another field of application for µCP2.1. It is an easy-to-use and cost effective lithography method. It enables the repetition of Micro- and Nanometer structures in photoresist at high aspect ratios.
Bautzner Landstrasse 45
01454 Großerkmannsdorf ()