At IPFL, we’re excited to offer our clients the cutting-edge capabilities of the BMF microArch® 10μm series 3D printers. This technology represents a significant leap in our micro-manufacturing capabilities, allowing us to deliver ultra-high resolution, accuracy, and precision.
The BMF microArch® 10μm series, uses a UV-LED light source to cure photosensitive resin with an optical resolution of 10μm. This method provides exceptional detail and surface finish (0.4-0.8µm Ra on top surfaces and 1.5-2.5µm Ra on sidewalls), making it ideal for industrial prototyping and short-run production.
The 10μm series excels in producing highly precise micro parts required in various sectors, including microelectronics, medical devices, and research institutions.
The high-resolution capabilities of BMF printers are ideal for crafting detailed microfluidic devices necessary for medical diagnostics and environmental monitoring, ensuring precise control over microscale fluid flows.
In electronics, where components like connectors and sensors demand microscale accuracy, BMF printers deliver with the fine detail required for reliable, high-performance electronic devices.
Researchers rely on BMF printers to create intricate components for experimental setups, enabling advancements in various scientific fields like microneedles and drug delivery or tissue engineering.