Boston Micro Fabrication announces new research and development center in San Diego

Since shipping first systems beginning in 2018, over 300 of BMF’s micro-3D printing systems have been adopted by customers worldwide. These systems are being used for prototyping, development, research and production qualification. Industry segments that have most embraced this platform are in fields such as electronics, optics/photonics, medical devices, microfluidics and life sciences.

BMF strengthens European sales with Steffen Hägele

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), the pioneer in 3D printing systems for micro manufacturing continues to expand its sales and support in Europe with Steffen Hägele as new Sales Manager, Germany. He will represent BMF at the Formnext trade fair, November 15 to 18, in Frankfurt, Hall 11.1, Stand B38.

‘The best of SLA can’t do this’ – BMF’s John Kawola discusses applications of PµSL 3D printing

CEO John Kawola is gesturing to the dozens of 3D printed components on Boston Micro Fabrication’s (BMF) RAPID + TCT booth. These parts, which range from electrical componentry to medical devices to microfluidic devices, have been additively manufactured on BMF’s microArch series of 3D printers, of which there are seven models. The parts are small – very small – and the printers are conspicuous in their absence.

Micro Additive Manufacturing: BMF Raises $43M Series C

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) announced the successful closing of a Series C round of funding, totaling $43 million to drive micro additive manufacturing. The round was led by Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd. (SCGC).


Microscale 3D printer manufacturer Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has announced the closure of a $43 million Series C funding round. Led by Chinese VC firm Shenzhen Capital Group Co. (SCGC), the investment comes at a time of significant growth for BMF, which has managed to double its global install base over the last year. Using the capital raised from the move, the company now plans to step up its expansion, by investing in product R&D and building out its marketing team.

BMF secures 43 million USD in funding

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) has announced the closing of a Series C funding round at 43 million USD. The round was led by Shenzhen Capital Group and will be used to support BMF’s push into the 3D printing of end-use applications. This will manifest in the advancement of product development, sales, marketing, and customer support at BMF.

BMF raises an enormous round to 3D-print tiny things

Boston Micro Fabrication — BMF among friends — is one of the biggest names in 3D-printing teeny-tiny things. The company just announced a Series C to continue its journey, as it announces it doubled its install base over the past year.