We combine several proven technologies, nanotechnology and 3D printing and we developed a unique solution that can rapidly accelerate prototyping for micro-/nanodevices and systems at a fraction of the current cost and time with previously impossible geometries.
Our 3D Printer
Our exclusive prototype tool, called ATLANT Nanofabricator I, currently under development in collaboration with the Technical University of Denmark, Slovak Academy of Science and Friedrich Alexander University in Germany.
Our technology is patent pending. The ATLANT Nanofabricator I has the potential to open up new and unprecedented possibilities for rapid prototyping of micro and nanodevices and accelerate scientific and technological progress in all fields of micro- and nanotechnology.
Maksym Plakhotnyuk, PhD in Nanotechnology, expert in renewable energy micro and nanodevices, micro and nanofarbication, previously found 2 startup, worked and studied in UK, USA, Denmark, Alumni of University of Illinois, Drexel University, Fulbright program, Singularity program,
Ivan Kundrata, PhD student in Applied Physics, hardware entusiast, CAD engineer
Inventor and author of IP and scientific publications. Broad spectrum of industrial and commercial skills, founder of 2 startups.
PhD Students at DTU, hardware and software developer expert, technology enthusiast.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems is an early stage high-tech company with the vision to revolutionize micro and nanofabrication processing with additive microfabrication technology.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems was found by Dr. Maksym Plakhotnyuk, Ivan Kundrata and Dr. Tomas Rindzevicuis as DTU spin-off company in November 2018.
Since the first moment of its foundation, it received support from the Innovation Fund of Denmark with the Innobooster funding grant. ATLANT is also proud resident of the DTU Skylab Incubator.
We are a multi-national and interdisciplinary team of engineers and scientists from more than 5 countries, and we are reaching customers from all over the world.