DATE: Thursday, September 24, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT
Micro manufacturing methods have evolved over time from subtractive processes such as milling and machining to micro forming and micro injection molding. In the last few years, 3D Printing has become a viable alternative for micro manufacturing.
A method called Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) is emerging as a new technology to produce parts at a length scale suited to (micro) prototypes, patterns, tools, jigs/fixtures, and end-use parts.
During this webinar, John Kawola, CEO of BMF will discuss the strides that have been made to bridge the gap between 3DP and manufacturing and will reveal how some new developments at BMF are making micro production parts possible using micro-precision 3D printing.
Tune in to learn:
- What applications can micro-scale AM/3DP be used for
- How to pick the right material and resolution for your application
- How micro 3DP materials stack up to micro manufacturing materials
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Boston Micro Fabrication
Moderator: Kenneth Wong
About the Author
Brian Albright is the editorial director of Digital Engineering and a contributor to Robotics 24/7.
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