3DPrint.com • September 27, 2022
BMF Launches New R&D Center to Incubate Products Made with Micro 3D Printing
Since it began shipping 3D printers in 2018, Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has seen users advance the application of the company’s small-scale, high-resolution additive manufacturing (AM) process from prototyping to end-use parts. To further disrupt the way that sub-centimeter components are made, BMF is now opening a new research & development center in San Diego, Calif. There, not only will the firm’s projection micro stereolithography (PµSL) technology be matured even more, but new businesses and products utilizing PµSL will be incubated to drive micro-3D printing forward in the market.