Micro 3D printing in the electronics industry is changing the way designers and manufacturers prototype products. Injection molding has long been the go-to, really the only, method for electronic additive manufacturing processes, but Boston Micro Fabrication’s PµSL technology offers a practical alternative. The results that the BMF microArch® printers can achieve are outstanding in terms of resolution, cost, and speed.
We’ve developed the world’s most accurate micro-precision 3D printers that produce parts at industrial speeds. We’d be glad to print a 3D sample part so that you can experience the quality of our products and services first-hand. Or, if you’re ready to start streamlining your research and design processes, request a quote to have us print your part via our in-house 3D printing services.
Check out our curated list of electronics micro 3D printing resources
The Feasibility of 3D Printing in Manufacturing: Comparing Injection Molding, Traditional 3D Printing, and Projection Micro Stereolithography
Prototyping Electronic Components with PµSL
Applications for Micro 3D Printing in the World of AR/VR
Customer Story: 3D Integrated Microelectronic Subsystems and Additive Manufacturing
Electronic Component 3D Printing: Video Round Up
Electronics Application Overview
Contact us to learn more about PµSL technology for micro 3D printing.