microArch Industrial Micro-Precision 3D Printers

World leader in micro-precision 3D printers utilising Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology

Ultra-high resolution, accuracy and precision

  • Boston micro fabrication BMF microArch S230 Ultra-high resolution 3D printer

    Key Features

    • Ultra-high resolution – down to 2µm resolution printing
    • High printing tolerance – down to ±10µm
    • High print speeds
    • Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology – going beyond injection moulding
    • Versatile – Models to suit academic and industrial applications
    • Real-time image monitoring – with auto focus and exposure compensation

Applications

Micro 3D printing is ideally suited to a wide range of 3D printing applications catering to a broad variety of industries. Combining ultra-high resolution, accuracy and precision, BMF micro-precision 3D printers can produce more intricate, exact and replicable parts and are perfect for rapid prototyping applications.

Provided below are some of the many examples that these systems are suited to.

MedicalElectronicsMicrofluidicsMicro-mechanical devicesEducation/research
  • Endoscope base
  • Endoscope shell
  • Cardiovascular stents
  • Blood cooling heat exchanger
  • Spiral syringe needle
  • Chip array sockets
  • Connectors
  • Connector bases
  • Photoelectric converter
  • PCB assemblies
  • Microfuidic chip
  • 3D microfluidic chips
  • Valve for gene sequencer
  • Fluid connectors
  • Micro connectors
  • 3D channels
  • Gears
  • Valves
  • Sensors
  • Sensor units
  • Miniature models
  • Drug discovery

Product Range

 microArch® S230microArch® S130microArch® P130microArch® S240microArch® S140microArch® P140microArch® P150
Boston micro fabrication BMF microArch S230 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication BMF microArch S130 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication BMF microArch P130 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication BMF microArch S240 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication BMF microArch S140 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication BMF microArch P140 Ultra-high resolution 3D printerBoston micro fabrication microArch P150 3D printer
Resolution
2µm
10µm
25µm
Layer thickness
5μm~20μm

10μm~40μm

10μm~50μm
Surface finish
0.4-0.8µm Ra (top)
1.5-2.5µm Ra (side)
Build size50 x 50 x 50mm
50 x 50 x 10mm
3.84 × 2.16 × 10mm
100 x 100 x 75mm
94 x 52 x 45mm
19.2 × 10.8 × 45mm
48 × 27 × 50mm
Printing materialPhotosensitive Resin, Ceramic
Photosensitive Resin

  • Testimonial – Tim Grogan from Valentium – Medical Devices

    Run time – 1:48 min

    Tim explains how the precision and accuracy of BMF 3D printers have helped them to produce rapid prototypes as well as final products for medical applications. BMF helped them to bring their prototypes to reality in a very short timeframe and he described their precision as “superior for miniature applications”. Furthermore, they are looking to using BMF’s technology and materials for projects in the future.

  • The BMF microArch® S240 – Micro-precision 3D printer

    Run time – 3:32 min

    The microArch® S240 offers higher print speeds and larger print volumes using strong, more durable materials for the needs of industrial production using their Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) technology.

    Most significantly, the microArch® S240 incorporates an advanced roller over the top of the membrane that results in build speeds up to 10x faster than current platforms and it has the ability to handle higher viscosity materials. These make it an extremely cost-effective and efficient solution for short-runs of high-precision industrial parts.

  • Applications of the boston micro fabrication Micro-Precision 3D Printers

    Example Applications of the BMF Micro-Precision 3D Printers

    Applications of the BMF 3D printers covers areas such as:

    • Medical
    • Electronics
    • Microfluidics
    • Micro-mechanical devices
    • Education
    • Reserarch
  • All
  • AFM/SPM/SNOM
  • CL
  • CLEM
  • EBSD
  • EDS
  • Electron Beam Lithography (EBL)
  • Electron Microscopy
  • Fabrication
  • FIB
  • In situ
  • Micro XRF
  • Microscopy
  • SEM
  • TEM
  • Thermal Probe Lithography
  • WDS