nanoArch is the first commercialized high resolution, multi-material 3D micro-fabrication equipment based on PμLSE technology.

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nanoArch™ makes its North American market debut


From February 28 to March 1, 2017 (U.S. time), UV.EB WEST 2017 was held in San Francisco, the United States. BMF Material attended the exhibition, with the world’s first large-area micro/nano 3D printing system nanoArch™ launched to the North American market. The system caught the attention of Apple, Magic Leap, University of Colorado and many other world’s innovative hi-tech companies and higher education institutions. BMF Material had detailed technological discussions with interested companies and higher education institutions, and agreed to have further cooperation.


nanoArch™ is BMF’s self-developed micro/nano-scale 3D printing system, featuring micro/nano-scale printing resolution, large printing area (80*80mm), the ability to fabricate composite materials, and is compatible with multiple printing materials such as resin, metal and ceramics. The system is based on PμLSE (Projection Micro Litho Stereo Exposure) technology, which is efficient in fabrication, low in production cost, and is regarded as one of the most promising micro/nano processing technologies.


By the end of 2016, nanoArch™ has been industrialized, and this year BMF will send physical equipment respectively to Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE and National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures, Nanjing University



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