Nano-drawing for fun and profit

from the things-to-do-with-your-AFM dept.
Small Times featured an August 19, 2002 article by correspondent Elizabeth Gardner entitled Nanoink writes its own ticket using quills on the nanoscale that describes the offering by NanoInk Inc. of a package of supplies and software to enable use of an atomic force microscope for Dip-Pen Nanolithography (DPN) to build nanostructures by writing 10 nm-wide lines (see Nanodot June 13, 2002). The next step for Nanoink is to develop an array of independently controlled tips, similar to IBM's Millipede Project (see Nanodot June 19, 2002), which uses an array of 1024 AFM tips.

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