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Shaping Transparent Glass is Made
Fast, Affordable, and Energy-Efficient

3D printing is shaping the future manufacturing. In 2020 about 2 million 3D printers were sold. They print plastics, metals, even ceramics, but none could print glass. However, the demand of complex glass products grows continuously in medical, optics, aerospace, solid state battery, art, jewelry, and other markets. Nobula™ glass 3D printer allows complex 3D structures to be produced in glass. With our Direct Glass Laser Deposition (DGLD™) technology, 3D printing glass is as easy as printing plastic!

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Glass Foundry on your desk

Glass 3D Printer

Outstanding Glass Printing quality and extreme energy efficiency at 2000 °C thanks to the novel Direct Glass Laser Deposition (DGLD™) technology

Unique Glass Filament

Specially designed glass filaments maximize the printing flexibility and consistency. Innovative Multi-component filaments open up diverse applications

3D Printing Service

Printing as a Service (PaaS). Besides the printer and filament, we offer tailor-made glass 3D printing service from development to production, hardware to software

Glass Foundry on your desk

Glass 3D Printer

Outstanding Glass Printing quality and extreme energy efficiency at 2000 °C thanks to the novel Direct Glass Laser Deposition (DGLD™) technology

Unique Glass Filament

Specially designed glass filaments maximize the printing flexibility and consistency. Innovative Multi-component filaments open up diverse applications

3D Printing Service

Printing as a Service (PaaS). Besides the printer and filament, we offer tailor-made glass 3D printing service from development to production, hardware to software


 Nobula™ - Glass 3D Printer

Printing materials Silica glass Machine Size ~100×40×60 cm
Printing temperatures 400 - 2200 °C Slicing Nobula™ / Commercial slicing softwares
Printing volume 180×180×100 mm (variable) Infills capability 0 – 100%
Resolution 100 - 250 μm Single / Multi wall Yes
Printing speed 5 – 200 mm/min (current values) Print free-standing Yes
Total Weight ~50 kg Post process Not required

 Nobula™ - Glass 3D Printer

Printing materials Silica glass Machine Size ~100×40×60 cm
Printing temperatures 400 - 2200 °C Slicing Nobula™ / Commercial slicing softwares
Printing volume 180×180×100 mm (variable) Infills capability 0 – 100%
Resolution 100 - 250 μm Single / Multi wall Yes
Printing speed 5 – 200 mm/min (current values) Print free-standing Yes
Total Weight ~50 kg Post process Not required

GALLERY

Application examples


Vase mode
Watertight
Multi-layer Skull, model from macouno
Single multi-layer wall with free-standing print
2 in 1 Microfluidic device
Micro-lens array
Taper and a light Circulator
Hollow structure

TEAM

More than 35 years in glass science and laser processing

Michael Fokine
CSO, Co-Founder

Assoc. Professor at KTH, major inventor in Nobula™

Chunxin Liu
CEO, Co-Founder

PhD candidate, major developer of the glass 3D printing system

Taras Oriekhov
CTO, Co-Founder

PhD candidate, chief engineer in Nobula™

Miles Cao
Business developer

M.Sc., Materials Science, KTH

Johan Persson
Advisor

Director, Innovation360. MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, INSEAD

Siimon Vaske
Advisor

Business Coach, KTH Innovation

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