PIC Award 2018 Nominee

PIC Award 2018 Nominee – Multiphoton Optics raises the bar in High Throughput Fabrication with its High Precision 3D Printer LithoProf3D(r) for Photonics Packaging. The first Industrial Scale High Precision 3D Print in Waferscale Made in Germany.

The team is excited to be nominated in the Category Advances in Photonics Integration. This category recognizes innovative approaches to new and commercially important PIC technology platforms, PIC packaging, PIC design that results in more features into a chip and raising the bar to the next level.

Our team appreciates all support via your votes to enhance its visibility necessary to stand out of these impressive nominees – among which are large companies such as IBM, Intel, Cisco, Juniper, or even large consortia from academia and industry, and – Multiphoton Optics. Please spread the news and vote via http://www.picawards.net/vote . Voting is open through March 23, 2018. Thank you for your support.

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All part of the weekly Hantheon podcast series.

Meet us at the PIC International Conference and Exhibition

Meet us at the PIC International Conference and Exhibition, Brussels Sheraton Airport, April 10 – 11, 2018

Discuss with us the most recent innovations in High Precision 3D Printing at the Nanotech

Discuss with us the most recent innovations in High Precision 3D Printing at the Nanotech, Tokyo Big Site, Feb 14 – 16, 2018

Visit us at Photonics West

Visit us at Photonics West, San Francisco, Jan 30 – Feb 1, 2018, Booth 4529-71

Another year is over, and we would like to take our time to send you a warm Thank You for your trust and continuous support.

Combining conventional FDM printing with Multiphoton Optics’ High Precision 3D Printing:




Dear customers, partners and friends,

2017 was an exciting and successful year for Multiphoton Optics GmbH.

We attended seven major exhibitions and many conferences and workshops all over the globe demonstrating industrial throughput, scalability, and cost-down processes using our High Precision 3D Printing Platform LithoProf3D® with a large variety of different materials and precision on demand. Particularly its capability to be part of standard process workflows has been shown in many customer’s projects. This year, we were Prism Award nominee for the second time, and we have received the High Tech Gründerfonds and Fraunhofer Gründerpreis. Our customer’s requirements have challenged us continuously, often making the impossible possible. Sometimes physics strikes back, but our excellent team often finds its way to overcome obstacles and to support our customers in their sophisticated product ideas, for example using our IFoV technology.

With some examples of a Best of 2017, our small but continuously growing MPO team would like to thank you for your trust and support. We hope you enjoyed this year – both professionally and privately – and we wish you Merry Christmas and Happy and Healthy New Year!

In 2018, we will demonstrate more innovations with respect to novel fabrication strategies and a next machine generation – be curious, stay tuned!

Best wishes,

Your team of Multiphoton Optics GmbH – Always a Step ahead!


Some examples … Best of 2017

Always a step ahead.

Just4Fun – Würzburg, July 12, 2017. To demonstrate the capability of Multiphoton Optics’ High Precision 3D Printing Platform LithoProf3D®, the company’s CTO, Dr. Benedikt Stender, did some quick experiments just for fun by fabricating stacks of microstructures. The stacks resemble endoscope optics, consisting of five different individual freeform lenses and other structures, i.e. ten differently shaped surfaces in total. The diameters of the stacks are 100, 200, 300, and 400 µm, fabricated with Multiphoton Optics’ LithoProf3D® as fast as in 5 minutes (diameter 100 µm) to 100 minutes (diameter 400 µm) in one fabrication step. The medium sized structures were fabricated in 20 and 50 minutes, respectively. The height of the largest structure is about 960 µm. No supporting structures are necessary, and mounting of the elements is intrinsically provided by Multiphoton Optics’ technology. There is still a way to go, and our racing team is highly motivated to support our customers with equipment, software, and prototyping and engineering support. Always a step ahead. Visit us at www.multiphoton.de, or contact us via email, phone, or social media.


nano-tech 2017 – Cluster Nanotechnology

The Cluster Nanotechnology will be participating the tenth time in a row now in nano tech 2017 exhibition with a 18 sqm joint stand of the Cluster Nanotechnology with participation of members from the Nanonetz Bayern e.V. and Cluster partners.

On the 2nd day of exhibitionFebruary 16th, 2017, 13:00 h – 14:00 h, the Cluster Nanotechnology presents in the Session “Innovations in Nanotechnologies – Success stories from Lab to Market” success stories from the network of the Cluster Nanotechnology

 –> to the session program