IEN - Biocleanroom
BMF microArch S-140
Equipment Description

Boston Micro Fabrication microArch

Model: S140

The BMF microArch S140, located in the IEN Biocleanroom, is the ideal solution for researchers requiring ultra-high resolution, accuracy, and precision in a desktop micro 3D printer. The microArch has a large build volume (94x52x45mm) and the ability to print with engineering-grade materials (photosensitive resins) to meet the needs of industrial production and quality. With an optical resolution of 10μm and layer thickness of 10-40μm, the S140 can produce surface finishes of 0.4 - 0.8μm Ra (top) and 1.5 - 2.5μm Ra (side).

BMF microArch is the first commercialized high-resolution, 3D microfabrication equipment based on PμSL technology. Projection Micro Stereolithography allows for rapid photopolymerization of a layer of liquid polyer using a flash of UV-LED at micro-scale resolution. 

Experience the fast and easy production of microstructures by importing your STL file and exposing your design directly to accelerate your work in the areas of microfluidics, MEMS, filtration, electronics, medical devices, and other applications that require microstructures.


Institute Georgia Tech
Department IEN - Micro/Nano Fabrication Facility
Sub Tool Of
Georgia Tech Biocleanroom
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