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Ultra-high Accuracy, Precision, and Resolution Micro 3D Printed Medical Device Manufacturing
Discover how the use of micro-precision 3D printing is aiding medical device producers to tackle two common issues through this white paper.
The Importance of Machine Tolerance to Achieve Exacting Results in 3D Printing
Increasingly, additive manufacturing is being used to produce end use parts, not just prototypes. For end use parts to be considered viable for this approach, there are many factors that need to be considered including materials, volumes, costs and tolerances.
What’s the Value of a Pixel?
How BMF achieves ultra-high resolution, accuracy, and precision.
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Making the Case for Micro-Precision 3D Printing
Micro-precision 3D printing can help manufacturers affordably create very small, highly detailed products and components.
Micro Versus Nano 3D Printing
There’s a place for nano 3D printing in research applications, but micro 3D printing is more practical for parts like small electrical connectors, cardiovascular stents, microfluidic devices, and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
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Micro 3D Printing: Enabling Miniaturization
Additive Manufacturing has been around for 30 years — used in prototyping and now moving into production, but the biggest value of AM comes from prototyping and production of parts that are difficult to manufacture using other more traditional methods.
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Comparing SLA, DLP and PμSL
In this paper, we will compare laser-based SLA, Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Projection Micro Stereolithography (PμSL) and how each compare with the below factors.
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Introduction to 3D Printing with PμSL
PμSL technology is ideal for electronics, medical devices, microfluidics, filtration, and microelectro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
FREE WEBINAR: From Prototypes to Mass Production - Micro Manufacturing Reinvented
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.


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