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3D Printed Lightguide Array for Optical Imaging
This technology is a collection of transparent glass or polymer elements (a lightguide array) for routing light to an array of sensors for use in spectral imaging. Background: Spectral imaging combines traditional optical images with spectroscopy, to capture the spectral properties at each part of an image. This technology is useful because it can...
Published: 10/6/2022   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Zhihan Hong, Piaoran Ye, Douglas Loy, Yuanyuan Sun
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Lens & System Design, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Displays
Optical Materials for Printing Glass Optics
This technology uses a liquid, solvent-free, silica precursor, and two-photon 3D printing process for high-precision glass micro-optics. Background: Inorganic glasses are widely used in industry due to their excellent optical, chemical, and thermal properties. Conventional grinding and polishing methods are the current standard for fabricating spherical,...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Douglas Loy, Piaoran Ye, Zhihan Hong
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics
Improved Fused Filament Deposition 3D Printing Using Filaments Coated With Thermoreversible Thermosets
This invention demonstrates a new polymer to coat the spool of thermoplastic filament used in fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printing with a thermoreversible thermoset. The goal is to provide a layer that will liquefy in the hot printer nozzle to produce a lower viscosity liquid polymer. This coats the melted filament and increases the wetting and...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Douglas Loy, Piaoran Ye, Krishna Muralidharan, Barrett Potter, Jr.
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Devices & Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Materials > Polymers