Small devices that require high precision, high resolution, and high accuracy are all around us. From the electronic connectors in cellphones to the tiny valves in medical pumps, these devices aren’t just small in size; many have small features with significant complexity. Historically, micro CNC machining and micro injection molding were the only way to make precise parts like this. Both methods require paying for and waiting for tooling, which adds project costs and lengthens time-to-market.
Now that’s all changing. Thanks to PμSL technology, you can 3D print small parts with 2 μm resolution and +/- 10 μm accuracy at scale. Download the white paper to learn:
- how PµSL works
- why PµSL is a game changer in electrical, medical, and microfluidic applications
- how PµSL stacks up to other additive manufacturing technologies
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The Future of Micro 3DP of Medical Devices
Smarter, faster, cheaper. Those three words have become the unofficial motto of medtech development. Think about the growth in tiny parts like microneedles, septums, sensors, and microelectronics. It’s the result of growing requirements for less invasive surgical procedures, point-of-care applications, and advancements in targeted drug delivery, implants, and wearable technologies. Learn how a 3D printing technology called Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) is meeting these demands and delivering micro-precision parts that meet the requirements of micro molding.Read More