The nanofactory is a proposed compact molecular manufacturing system, possibly small enough to sit on a desktop, that could build a diverse selection of large-scale molecularly precise diamondoid products. The nanofactory is potentially a high quality, extremely low cost, and very flexible manufacturing system.
The long-term goal of the Nanofactory Collaboration is to design, and ultimately to build, a working diamondoid nanofactory.
The most important new information on the site is the draft of the list of the remaining challenges to creating a nanofactory.
Introduction to the nanofactory concepts
The list of participants
A description of Diamond Machanosynthesis
Publications of participants in the collaboration.
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