3D printing startup lifts veil over high-res technology

July 15, 2020 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
3D printing startup lifts veil over its technology
Through the use of Nanofabrica’s Over the last 18 months, 3D printing startup Nanofabrica has moved out of stealth mode and into a fully commercial position. Now the company has branded its micro additive manufacturing (AM) technology as “Tera 250”.

Through the use of Nanofabrica’s technology, micro manufacturers can now realistically assess a shift to AM from conventional manufacturing processes. OEMs can therefore benefit from the inherent advantages that AM offers in terms of promoting part complexity with no increase in cost, eliminating the needs for expensive tooling, reducing part counts and the need for assembly, speeding product development time, easy revision of part design, mass customization, reduction in waste, and reduction in energy costs. 

Nanofabrica’s AM technology combines innovation in materials, software, and hardware to allow the repeatable mass manufacturing of micro parts and components with micron-scale features. Today this is increasingly a realistic option for manufacturers in the areas of optics, semiconductors, electronics, MEMS, micro fluidics, injection molding, and  life sciences, making products such as casings for microelectronics, micro springs, micro actuators and micro sensors, and numerous medical components such as micro valves, micro syringes, and micro implantable or surgical devices.

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