Future Technology You’ve Definitely Never Heard Of - Part 1

19 Sept, 2021
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Welcome to Part 1 of this amazing Series of MiniBlogs, where I will share some light on Amazing Future Technologies that you might have never heard of.

In this miniblog, we are gonna talk about a future technology related to 3D printing.

Femtosecond Projection Two-Photon Lithography

Future Tech

  • 3D printing is a solution in search of a problem, and the technology has failed to find a market over the last decade.
  • On the one hand, 3D printers remain prohibitively expensive for the average Joe; on the other hand, they are insufficiently sophisticated and fast for large-scale manufacturing companies.
  • This may change in the coming years, as researchers have developed a method that uses lasers to simultaneously project millions of points onto 3D-printing material, rather than one point at a time.
  • They called it Femtosecond projection TPL because they're bad at branding.
    To grasp the concept of FP-TPL, imagine using a million heated needles to strategically melt a block of wax.
  • 3D printing is a solution in search of a problem, and the technology has failed to find a market over the last decade.
  • On the one hand, 3D printers remain prohibitively expensive for the average Joe; on the other hand, they are insufficiently sophisticated and fast for large-scale manufacturing companies. This may change in the coming years, as researchers have developed a method that uses lasers to project millions of points simultaneously onto 3D-printing material, rather than one point at a time.
  • They called it Femtosecond projection TPL because they're bad at branding.
    To grasp the concept of FP-TPL, imagine using a million heated needles to strategically melt a block of wax.
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