Tiny, Intricate Parts Through Projection Micro-Sterolithography

RAPID+TCT 2023: Boston Micro Fabrication CEO John Kawola on small parts for medical, automation and industrial applications.

The fabrication of microscale components is essential for multiple emerging industries such as microfluidics, advanced automation, medical diagnostics and more. Boston Micro Fabrication CEO John Kawola tells Jim Anderton about a stereolithography process that allows precision additive detail at dimensions that are a fraction of the width of a human hair. 

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James Anderton

Jim Anderton is the Director of Content for ENGINEERING.com. Mr. Anderton was formerly editor of Canadian Metalworking Magazine and has contributed to a wide range of print and on-line publications, including Design Engineering, Canadian Plastics, Service Station and Garage Management, Autovision, and the National Post. He also brings prior industry experience in quality and part design for a Tier One automotive supplier.