VSP-P1 Nanoprinter is now operational at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in San Francisco

Our state-of-the-art VSP-P1 Nanoprinter, has been successfully installed and is now fully operational at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in San Francisco. This prestigious laboratory, renowned for its excellence in applied science, provides an ideal environment for harnessing the capabilities of our cutting-edge nanoprinting technology. 

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) employs a multidisciplinary strategy to advance materials and manufacturing (AMM) processes swiftly. LLNL's scientists and engineers pioneer innovative materials with customized properties for various applications, including energy absorption, dissipation, generation, or storage. Additionally, they design bioinspired structures for drug delivery, develop advanced optics for satellites and telescopes, explore quantum materials, and engineer components capable of withstanding extreme environments.

Dr. Lauren Finkenauer, Ph.D., and her colleagues at 𝐋𝐋𝐍𝐋’s thin film service laboratory will utilize their Nanoprinter to deposit nanoporous films for national and government labs. This collaboration underscores LLNL's commitment to advancing research and technology development and represents a significant advancement in material synthesis and printing.

The VSP-P1 NanoPrinter integrates nanoparticle generation, combination, and deposition into a single automated process, eliminating the need for manual handling of nanoparticles. The system enables seamless material production with minimal user intervention and is operated through a secure and user-friendly web interface. 

This cutting-edge device facilitates the rapid synthesis and printing of nanoporous materials, offering versatile applications across industries, from renewable energy to advanced materials research. As a catalyst for innovation in nanomaterials, the VSP-P1 NanoPrinter opens new avenues for scientific breakthroughs and technological advancements.