Our Capabilities

MICROFLUIDICS

VALVE FOR GENE SEQUENCER

  • Tolerance=±0.025mm;
  • Part Size: 24.5mm x 28.3mm x 22mm
  • Integrated forming
  • Complex internal channels
  • Minimum tube diameter = 0.2mm
  • Internal screw threads
  • Resolution: 10μm
ELECTRONICS

CHIP ARRAY SOCKET

  • Tolerance=±0.025mm;
  • Mirror finish, sharp edges, heat resistant
  • 2100 micro holes with a diameter of .35mm and spacing of 50µm
  • Resolution: 10μm
MEMS

PHOTOELECTRIC CONVERTOR

  • Tolerance=±0.025mm;
  • Part Size: 5mm x 4.2mm x 6.1mm
  • Able to print 150 in one day
  • The holes are 0.25mm diameter ±25microns
  • Resolution: 10μm
Medical Devices

Endoscope Shell

  • Tolerance=±0.025mm;
  • Part Size: 9.8mm x 9.8mm x 13.8mm
  • Tube diameter = 1.2mm, length = 4mm, minimum wall thickness = 65 um
  • Several types of complex structures are included
  • Resolution: 10μm

News

Accelerating Prototyping and Design Testing with Micro 3D Printing

Learn how Tessy Plastics uses Projection Micro Stereolithography to optimize the design on a minimally invasive surgical tool for one of their largest customers.

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Our Products

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News • November 29, 2022

BMF CEO John Kawola on the new microArch S350, the company's new 25µm resolution printer

“Really good surface finish and really good performance, which we believe, from a part quality point of view, is better than the rest of the market.” John Kawola, CEO of BMF, told TCT at Formnext 2022 in Frankfurt.

The company’s new system, the microArch S350, is the latest addition to the line-up of industrial grade micro-precision 3D printers. The S350 offers a 25µm resolution and has the highest throughput in the BMF portfolio.

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The quality and accuracy of BMF PµSL parts is very unique, and truly mimic expensive micro molded parts, and now we can have parts ready for test within 1-2 days rather than 1-2 months, as well as reducing the huge costs associated with tooling manufacture and reworking as the new products evolve. We can also explore designs previously out of reach due to manufacturing limitations. Our main focus is to lift our prototyping capabilities to the highest possible level, both in quality and speed. BMF will help us accomplish that.

– Sally van der Most, DSS Manager, Sonion NL

We chose BMF’s microArch 3D Printer due to its ability to replicate critical micro features. Their unique Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology prints 3D parts with ultra-high resolution and accuracy, which is key to our business. This is the first 3D printer we’ve encountered that can print micro-precision parts, with the dimensional accuracy and precision that our customers require at this stage of product development. We have put the BMF parts through the same rigorous CT scanning inspection process of our micro molded components and were amazed that dimensionally the parts fell within the tolerances required. Our customers have been equally amazed.

– Donna Bibber, VP of Business Development, Isometric Micro Molding, Inc.

We have been looking for some time for a machine that can reliably produce parts in this size range as we were at the limits of other machines or would have to sink cost into other manufacturing methods- typical micro injection molding or other micro machining activity that can be expensive and prohibitive to R&D iterations. The ability to rapidly produce these types of parts combined with an open ecosystem is unmatched.

– Sam Wilson, STORM Lab UK, Institute of Robotics and Autonomous Sensing, University of Leeds

The parts say it all. The first time you see a part from a BMF printer you will be amazed. 3D printing, until now, has never been able to produce parts of such precision, and accuracy. Being able to capture thin walls and fine features at this scale and resolution, with unmatched reliability, is unprecedented from any 3D printing technology. This will absolutely usher in new industries, that have previously ignored 3D printing, to the world of rapid design iteration.

– James Grimm, Senior Business Development Manager, Empire Group