Boston Micro Fabrication’s disruptive micro 3D-printing tech can now create small high-precision parts for key industries more efficiently and at a lower cost.

From electronic components to medical implants, there’s a growing demand for microscale parts worldwide. However, traditional manufacturing methods often struggle to do the job, as molding, machining, and stamping become more difficult and more expensive as the end product gets smaller. Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) provides a unique solution.

“BMF’s 3D-printing technology is able to produce parts down in the micron range—and do it at a throughput that can be both competitive and cost effective,” says BMF global CEO John Kawola. “There are no other companies at our scale that can do both.”