Industrial Micro-Precision 3D Printers
Boston Micro Fabrication is the world leader in micro-precision 3D printing utilizing Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology. Many leading companies worldwide are adopting PµSL to 3D print true microstructures with ultra-high printing resolution (2µm~50µm) and printing tolerance (+/- 10µm ~ +/- 25µm).
30 Day Payment Terms
Dedicated Help & Support
Finance Options Available
BMF Case Studies
3D Printing Molds for
COVID-19 Testing at
Microfluidic multiplex devices are used in the analysis of protein biomarkers, biological characteristics that let researchers measure and evaluate normal biological, pathogenic, or pharmacological processes.
University of Pittsburgh Speeds Microwell Fabrication with Micro 3D Printing
Julio Aleman is a Bioengineering Ph.D. student at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, where he is performing research in microphysiological systems.
Micro-Precision 3D Printing Makes Micro Molds for Thermoformed Microplates
Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences at Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany is dedicated to the understanding of macromolecular complexes.
Micro 3D Printing Helps Fabricate Microwells for Microgravity
Researchers from the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences at Goethe University in Frankfurt have used the microArch® S140, a microscale 3D printer from Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) , to help fabricate miniaturized vessels called hydrowells for culturing 3D cellular spheroids under microgravity conditions
3D Printing Reservoir
Dr. TieJun Zhang’s team at Khalifa University has developed a new way to 3D print reservoir rock replicas that have complex porous structures and mimic a carbonate rock’s natural mineralogy. The 3D printed rocks are transparent, and allow researchers to image precisely how fluid flows through the ultra-tiny pores of rock.
Customizable Micro 3D Printed Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering
Monsur Islam, a post-doctoral researcher at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany, wanted to 3D print carbon structures to create customizable tissue engineering scaffolds. The main focus of this project is 3D printing glassy carbon material, which is typically achieved by 3D printing of a precursor followed by carbonization.
VALVE FOR GENE SEQUENCER
- Part Size: 24.5mm x 28.3mm x 22mm
- Integrated forming
- Complex internal channels
- Minimum tube diameter = 0.2mm
- Internal screw threads
- Part Size: 5mm x 4.2mm x 6.1mm
- Able to print 150 in one day
- The holes are 0.25mm diameter ±25microns
CHIP ARRAY SOCKET
- Mirror finish, sharp edges, heat resistant
- 2100 micro holes with a diameter of .35mm and spacing of 50µm
- Part Size: 9.8mm x 9.8mm x 13.8mm
- Tube diameter = 1.2mm, length = 4mm, minimum wall thickness = 65 um
- Several types of complex structures are included