Microcontact Printer µCP6.1

Micromachining to perfection: µCP6.1 combines two lithography methods for transparent targets. Nanoimprint lithography on the upper level and optical lithography on the lower level allow complex microfluidic patterns in a single step.

Microcontact Printer µCP4.1

µCP4.1 is the most popular and automatic solution for microcontact printing and Nanoimprint Lithography (NIL). It comprises a centrifuge, polymer dispensers, heated target holders as well as the proprietary GeSiM stamping method, synchronizing up to five individual stamps.

All GeSiM Microcontact Printers

feature high-precise polymer stamps with image fields up to 20mm x 20mm. A dedicated casting tool makes copies of each stamp and keeps operational costs low.

µCP Core

A  semi-automatic entry level microcontact printer, to be placed on commercial microscopes

Microneedle Arrays...

...are minimally invasive devices and show a great potential for drug delivery through the skin's outermost layer (stratum corneum). For research purposes the GeSiM microcontact printers are now able to make such arrays by NIL, whereas the Nano-PlotterTM automatically deposits drugs to individual needles.

Microcontact Printers for Surface Patterning and Nanoimprint Lithography