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Solvent-Free Silsesquioxane for 3D Printing Glass Optics
3D printing of glass has demonstrated potential in diverse fields, such as photonics, imaging, and microfluidics. Researchers at the University of Arizona have developed a solvent-free polymeric silsesquioxane (PSQ) resin for 3D printing glass objects with high precision through a two-photon polymerization (TPP) method. The PSQ resin exhibits reduced...
Published: 4/24/2024   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Piaoran Ye, Zhihan Hong, Douglas Loy
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Photonics, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Optical Fab / Metrology, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Materials & Fabrication
UV-Curable Thiol-ene System for Broadband Infrared Transparent Objects
This invention is a UV-curable Thiol-ene system that marks a significant advancement in the production of infrared (IR) transparent materials. This solution harnesses an original thiol-ene strategy, which employs a meticulously designed combination of multithiols and divinyl oligomers (DVO). These components are exclusively comprised of C, H, and S...
Published: 1/10/2024   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Piaoran Ye, Zhihan Hong, Douglas Loy
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Materials & Fabrication
High-Throughput 3D Printing System
This invention is a high-throughput 3D printing system that employs a multi-head configuration, complemented by custom objectives designed for an expanded field of view (FOV). This approach uses a custom-designed microscope objective with expanded FOV for greater accuracy during production. The system results in a significant increase in 3D printing...
Published: 6/6/2024   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Zhihan Hong, Piaoran Ye
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > MEMS & Nanotechnology, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Materials & Fabrication
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: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Zhihan Hong, Piaoran Ye, Douglas Loy, Yuanyuan Sun
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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: 1/31/2024   |   Inventor(s): Rongguang Liang, Douglas Loy, Piaoran Ye, Zhihan Hong
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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: 4/3/2023   |   Inventor(s): Douglas Loy, Piaoran Ye, Krishna Muralidharan, Barrett Potter, Jr.
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Devices & Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Materials > Polymers