3D printer for ultra-high resolution

Posted on Updated on

Micro Arch S230 is used for ceramic´s ultra-high-resolution print. It can handle near about 20,000cP. 3D printers with high-resolution capabilities are,

Formlabs Form 3: Form 3 is a stereolithography (SLA) printer that uses a laser to cure resin layer by layer. It has a layer height resolution of 25 microns, one of the highest available in the SLA category.

Ultimaker S5: The Ultimaker S5 is a fused filament fabrication (FFF) printer with a dual extruder system for greater precision. It has a layer height resolution of up to 20 microns, one of the highest available in the FFF category.

Zortrax M300 Plus: The Zortrax M300 Plus is another FFF printer with a layer height resolution of up to 90 microns. While this is not as high as the other printers on this list, it is still considered a high-resolution option for FFF printing.

In general, the resolution of your prints will also depend on the quality of the design files you are using and the type and quality of the materials you are printing with.

According to Toby Schaedler, Manager, Architected Materials and Structures Department at HRL Laboratories, “As a current BMF customer, we’ve been thrilled with the performance of our microArch S130 to support our work in micro-printing ceramics – providing the resolution, accuracy and precision necessary for our parts. As the first customer of the new microArch S230, the next generation 2µm system, we are excited to utilize the enhancements of the platform to increase our part capacity with the larger build volume and speed up our printing times. We are looking forward to continuing to work with the BMF team and their line of micro-precision 3D printers to support our micro part needs.¨

BMF Introduces microArch™ S230: The Most Advanced, Highest-Resolution Microscale 3D Printer Available.

3D print with BMF’s micro stereolithography

Posted on Updated on

The microfluidic CE device was fabricated. Microfluidic supports specific application-based requirements for microfluidic devices. devices (MFDs) are used in many healthcare, biological, and medical applications.
These are borosilicate glass wafers for genetic analysis.
With the feature of intricate parts, designers can 3D print small and precise as 10 microns. This supports greater device complexity.

Because of BMF’s projection micro stereolithography (PμSL) technology, it can also increase design freedom and supports for greater device complexity.

BMF’s UV-curable materials include acrylate-based resins that are biocompatible and high-temperature resistant. It can support specific application-based requirements for microfluidic devices.