Nano3Dprint D4200S Depostion Modules

The D4200S custom program Deposition Module is perfect
for rapid prototyping or smaller scale manufacturing applications when
precision is more important than volume. The Pro and Enterprise models of D4200S comes with two types of modules, the M421 Programmable Micro-print Module and the N422 Programmable Nano-print Module.



M421 Programmable Micro-print Module


The Versatile Solution That’s Ready to Go Right Out of the Box
Take full command of your deposition and dispensing applications
with the Nano3Dprint Micro deposition module add-on. Available in single and
dual syringe configurations, the deposition system allows you to
custom program Microprinting automation giving you unparalleled
control of your prototyping process.

Precision That You Control
The Micro‐print module is a highly
precise syringe pump based system
that uses an ultrafine pulled pipette
tip to deposit material onto the
sample surface. This positive displacement system provides better
than 99% accuracy, independent of a liquid’s viscosity, vapor pressure,
and temperature. The inert fluid path minimizes sample carryover and
is compatible with harsh chemicals.
The Micro‐print system is fully programmable for location and amount
of material to be deposited. Full software integration of
microdeposition with nanodeposition and topographic analysis
provides unprecedented capabilities. Simple commands control the
deposition from Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and
Nano3Dprints intuitive graphical command software.

Microdeposition tip


N422 Programmable Nano-print Module


Obtaining Accuracy through Piezoelectric Controlled Nanoprinting

The Nano3Dprint D4200S uses a nanoscale “pen” tip in conjunction with

the Micro‐print Module to write nanoscale material depositions onto a

Substrate, a feature that’s long been missing in rapid prototyping technology. As the tip moves over the surface, the material in the tip is deposited. The pen tip is disposable and can be discarded between samples to eliminate cross-contamination. The Nano3Dprint Nanoprint Module add-on uses piezoelectric nanopositioners that improve performance and maximize and position accuracy when compared to other material

deposition or 3D printing systems.

What are the Challenges with Nanoprinting?
Control and monitoring of nanoscale processes presents unique
challenges and makes achieving acceptable fabrication accuracy and
precision difficult if all the variables are not considered and properly
compensated for. Thankfully, the Nano3Dprint D4200S is designed to do
all the thinking. Nano3Dprint technology takes advantage of the ability
to "touch" the surface and position a deposition tip using
highly precise techniques and improves upon it to
produce structures in 3D. The Nano3Dprint system is designed to
produce layer‐by‐layer line widths down to 20nm. Just enter the print
parameters or .stl file and the D4200S handles the rest. If the proper
print files are unknown, Nano3Dprint can even help
with generating and validating the required file
type and format, making the Nano3Dprint system
the ideal tool for Creating, Rapid Prototyping, Bioprinting,
Research, Life Science and Industry.