Electronics Micro 3D Printing Resources
Learn more about microscale 3D printing in the electronics field

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

Additional Applications

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