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

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