IPAS First 3D printed freeform OCT probe featured in Scientific Reports

What can 3D printing do? IPAS 3D printed micro-optic can obtain sectional images of micro-structures deep in a body via a non-invasive or minimally-invasive approach. This is the first 3D printed freeform micro-optic for an optical coherence tomograph (OCT) probe.

Two-photon polymerisation 3D printed freeform micro-optics for optical coherence tomography fibre probes.
Jiawen Li, Peter Fejes, Dirk Lorenser, Bryden C. Quirk, Peter B. Noble, Rodney W. Kirk, Antony Orth, Fiona M. Wood, Brant C. Gibson, David D. Sampson,  & Robert A. McLaughlin
Scientific Reports 8, 14789 (2018)



Posted on October 5, 2018, in ipas, IPASnews, Media, Research and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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