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.

Boston Micro Fabrication’s Ultra-High Resolution 3D Printers Now Available in Australia through AXT

AXT is proud to bring the range of ultra-high resolution 3D printers from Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) to Australia and New Zealand. Using Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology, these printers can achieve resolutions down to 2µm, micro fabricating at high speeds making them ideal for economical rapid prototyping and industrial scale production of parts too complex for more traditional production technologies.

Boston is the heart of America’s new 3D printing sector

Another pioneering polymer AM company that could not be absent from this review of Boston 3D printing companies is Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF). This specialist in micro 3D printing – which is actually a rapidly growing trend – originates in Shenzhen and now has facilities in both China and the US. Both locations were built to serve the BMF’s expanding customer base which, in most cases, has global operations that span across North America, Europe and Asia. BMF recently moved its North American headquarters to a new 7,000 square foot facility at the Mill & Main complex in Maynard, MA. This location houses the company’s corporate team, including sales, marketing, applications engineering and customer support, with multiple platform systems for training, testing and customer benchmarking. In Shenzhen, BMF moved to a 14,000-square-foot facility that includes more than 40 installed BMF systems.

Sunway Communication Partners with BMF to Develop Next Gen Antenna

Sunway Communication, a global leading supplier of electronic components and modules related to RF, such as antenna modules, wireless charging modules, EMC/EMI products, precision connectors & cables, and passive components has partnered with Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) to develop next generation antennas.  The companies have opened a joint development lab in San Diego, California.