BMF Unveils Micro-precision 3D Printer For Industrial Production
Microscale 3D printing systems specialist, Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), has launched what it claims is the ‘first and only’ micro-precision 3D printer for short-run industrial production, the microArch S240.
Modeled on BMF’s patented Projection Micro Stereolithography technology (PµSL), the firm’s latest printer features additional advanced materials, a greater build volume, and higher printing speeds.
“Until now, this coveted combination of quality, strength and resolution has been missing from industrial production, particularly for use cases that require high precision and micron level resolution,” said John Kawola, CEO-Global of BMF. “With the microArch S240, users can finally make end-use micro parts at speeds that are required for production, with resolution, accuracy and precision that is true to CAD. Smaller parts no longer need to mean bigger headaches or bigger price tags for manufacturers and engineers.”