3D Glass Structures
Selective laser etching (SLE) technology enables the fabrication of true 3D glass structures with complex architecture, for instance, fullerene molecule‑like structures. By using the SLE technique, high selectivity and low surface roughness can be achieved, both of which create the possibility of complex architecture high-aspect ratio structure production. With this technology, the surface roughness of the etched surfaces is typically around 200 nm (RMS). A fullerene molecule-like structure demonstration proves that SLE is suitable for fabricating high-aspect ratio porous complex structures.
Femtosecond microfabrication in micromechanics applications uses techniques like multiphoton polymerization and selective laser etching to produce flexible and high-precision 3D structures. These structures, made of materials like polymers and ceramics, can be used in various fields like micromechanics and microrobotics and are ideal for applications that require movable assembly-free components.
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A feasibility study is composed of several steps, including researching methods for fabricating micro-structures, fabricating a micro-structure prototype, measuring and aligning the prototype with technical requirements, and finally preparing a study report.