Potomac Photonics is pleased to announce that it is introducing a new additive process to its fabrication toolbox. With the ability to achieve feature sizes as small as 8 microns, this process is configured to embed materials such as silver and select nano-pastes to flat and 3D micro-products. Implantable devices, miniature electronics, and novel energy sources are all areas that will benefit from this technology. Initially, this process has been optimized for Polyimide and select ceramic substrates, with additional materials to be added in the future. A software controlled technology that interfaces with CAD/CAM files, our process is easily adaptable to small batch production, while remaining cost effective in high-volume applications. Combined with our industry leading microfabrication and assembly processes, Potomac is truly a one-stop shop for manufacturing micro-products.
“By adding this technology, Potomac continues to expand its capabilities and provide its customers with more complete prototyping and production solutions,” commented Mike Davis, Director of Operations.
Potomac Photonics, a leader microfabrication, has an extensive history of helping its clients develop miniature products and bring them to market. Utilizing cutting-edge manufacturing technology, Potomac has been recognized by both commercial and government agencies for innovative contributions to areas such as medical device manufacturing and electronics fabrication.
Potomac’s high-tech facility, located in Lanham, MD, is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certified.
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