#182 BMF CEO John Kawola on enabling unique applications with micro-precision 3D printing

On this week’s episode of Additive Perception, we proceed our TCT 3Sixty takeover with an interview with John Kawola, CEO at Boston Micro Fabrication.

Having spent 25 years within the additive manufacturing trade, at BMF, Kawola is concentrated on micro-precision 3D printing for ultra-high precision functions.

Throughout our dialog, Kawola talks in regards to the demand for micro additive manufacturing because the pattern for miniaturisation continues throughout numerous industries; why additive alternatives must be sought the place typical manufacturing is a problem; and why BMF is primarily concerned about functions which may be ‘uniquely enabled’ by its platform.

We additionally talk about the launch of the twin decision microArch D1025 system, which shall be on the present flooring at TCT 3Sixty, and why BMF determined to launch a biotechnology firm to develop and commercialise 3D BioChips.

Go to BMF at TCT 3Sixty (Stand H31 – ebook a gathering right here) on June 5-Sixth on the NEC Birmingham. Register in your free ticket and convention cross.

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