The use of 3D femtosecond laser printing in the photonics industry is a relatively new and emerging field that involves the use of 3D printing technology to create highly detailed and complex optical components using femtosecond lasers. Femtosecond lasers are capable of producing extremely short pulses of light, on the order of quadrillionths of a second, which allows for the creation of highly precise and intricate structures. This technology is being used to create a wide range of optical components, including lenses, mirrors, waveguides, and gratings, for applications in areas such as telecommunications, imaging, and sensing.
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Multiphoton polymerization is a flexible technique that allows different quality and various functionality surfaces to be maintained on the same structures depending on the needs of the application.
Microoptics is one of the applications for multi‑photon polymerization (MPP) technology. The illustrated lens has a diameter of 500 µm. Superb nearly spherical aberration-free focusing can be obtained in each Fresnel zone.
Multiphoton-polymerization (MPP) is a technology that enables the production of arbitrary shape polymeric structures within submicrometric resolution. First, a photoresist sample is prepared by drop-casting polymer material mixed with a photoinitiator on the glass slide and then pre-baking.
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.