Additive Manufacturing Moves Into High Precision Applications

This webinar compares Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) with traditional micro-fabrication methods and other additive manufacturing technologies. PµSL has been developed to address segments of the market that historically have not been well served by additive manufacturing. The technology is able to achieve part resolution down to 2 µm with high levels of accuracy and precision. In addition, it’s scaling to support end-part volume production cost-effectively.

Watch this webinar for:

  • a technology comparison by John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication
  • a review of the current state of materials used in 3D printing that could potentially displace traditional manufacturing methods by Managing Director Phil Reeves of Reeves Insight