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A Shot In The Arm

A year ago, an industry began responding to one of the biggest pandemics in modern history. Face masks, face shields, ventilator components and nasopharyngeal testing swabs were output in their thousands, hundreds of thousands and millions as 3D printing providers and users mobilised.

Bigger Is Not Always Better with 3D Printing but Micro Precision Is Huge

Bigger is not always better, especially when it comes to 3D printing. As products and machinery continue to decrease in size and increase in complexity, manufacturers must produce a myriad of intricate components with ultra-high 3D printing precision. Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has been at the technological forefront of reducing costs and accelerating innovation in this highly complex sector.

Boston Micro Fabrication Announces Partnership with Dreigeist GbR

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), the pioneer in microscale 3D printing systems, today announced their partnership with Dreigeist, an application developer, technology service provider and an independent distributor of market-leading industrial 3D printers, materials, and software located in Nuremburg, Germany.

Boston Micro Fabrication: Mega Results From Producing Micro Parts

With new and innovative techniques for 3D printing/additive manufacturing continuing to emerge, MCAD Cafe recently interviewed John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication, a unique company that specializes in (as its name implies), micro components and machines that produce them.

Applications for Micro 3D Printing in the world of AR/VR

As technology evolves, we see amazing results arising from the convergence of many types of innovation. The combination of hardware and software advances has resulted in creating an entirely new world – one that hovers between reality and fantasy.

AR/VR Magazine Podcast Episode #5 – John Kawola from Boston Micro Fabrication

In Episode #5 of the AR/VR Magazine Podcast, we interview John Kawola, who is the CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication, which is a manufacturer of micro 3D printers. John talks about BMF’s patented 3D printing technology called Projection Micro Stereolithography or PULSE, as well as various applications for Micro 3D Printing for the immersive technology hardware industry.

University of Pittsburgh researcher opts for BMF’s projection microstereolithography 3D printing process to speed microwell fabrication

Julio Aleman, a Bioengineering PhD student at the US-based Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, is conducting research into microphysiological systems. Like many researchers in his field, Aleman required microwell arrays that had individual wells of a specific size, shape and density. The microwell arrays that he needed would serve as master moulds for replicate moulds used in the micro-injection moulding of hydrogels.

Micro 3D printed needles and the market for μ-resolution 3D printing

Last month, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine demonstrated a 3D printed microneedle array platform capable of delivering vaccines directly into the skin, with the particular goal of improving COVID-19 vaccine delivery in the developing world.

Micro 3D Printing For Emerging MEMS And Microfluidics Applications

Last month, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine demonstrated a 3D printed microneedle array platform capable of delivering vaccines directly into the skin, with the particular goal of improving COVID-19 vaccine delivery in the developing world.