How to choose the most appropriate Dilase equipment to my needs?
Depending your applications, you may choose and configure the direct laser writing equipment that suits your needs:
The tabletop laser lithography system Dilase 250 allows you to choose between two laser sources (375nm and 405nm) and the spot size from 1µm to 50µm, whereas the maximum writing surface is 100x100mm2.
The maskless equipment Dilase 650 allows you to choose from 2 laser sources (375nm or 405nm) and to install up to two of them simultaneously on your equipment and to choose to install up to 2 spot sizes simultaneously from 1µm to 50µm (0,5µm optional) for a maximum of flexibility.
The customisable direct laser writer Dilase 750 allows you to simultaneously install up to 3 laser sources chosen among the following 325nm, 375nm and 405nm and to associate them with a maximum of 3 optical lines to work with up to 3 different spot sizes from 0.5µm to 50µm. The working surface can be adjusted to your needs.
The high resolution 3D printer Dilase 3D is a microstereolithography equipment that enable to create large volumes objects (100x100x50mm3) with a very high resolution of 2µm. It is a perfect equipment for microfluidics application or 3D biotechnology applications.
See the testimonials and use-cases of our direct laser writing equipment
- Use case of maskless equipment Dilase 250 by CIRIMAT Toulouse
- Testimonial of Dr Steven Johnson, from University of York, about our direct laser writer Dilase 650
- Use case of direct laser writing equipment Dilase 750 by Hubert Curien laboratory
- Use case of high resolution 3D printer Dilase 3D by MINT laboratory - Angers University