Enabling Miniaturization with Micro 3D Printing

July 28, 2021
A conversation with John Kawola of Boston Micro Fabrication, from the June 2021 PhotonicsNEXT event.

As products get smaller and smaller, the impact on product development is significant, as the challenge to efficiently and cost effectively manufacture small components increases. Current manufacturing methods such as micromachining, micro molding and lithography add multiple steps, long wait times and are very expensive. Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) manufacturers micro-precision 3D printers, providing mold-free, ultra-high-resolution fast prototyping and end part capability with 2μm resolution and +/-10μm accuracy. Hear from John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication on how BMF is enabling miniaturization and why manufacturability is no longer the limiting factor in product design.

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