Microfabrica is an advanced technology company with a proprietary, additive manufacturing process that yields complex metal structures and assemblies at a scale not previously possible. The company's process, MICA Freeform, takes principles from 3D printing and bridges them to wafer-scale semiconductor production concepts that enable extreme precision at production volumes. Microfabrica's technology is like most additive manufacturing processes in that it builds 3D objects in layers directly from a digital model; it also allows for part complexity and manufacturing flexibility. However, unlike MICA Freeform, no 3D printing technologies have leveraged semiconductor manufacturing methods to achieve our high precision at production volumes.
Microfabrica's technology appeals to demanding high tech industries, such as medical device, semiconductor test and aerospace, that can leverage the potential of sophisticated structures at a sub-millimeter scale. MICA Freeform is best for applications where the drive to miniaturization has been limited by conventional manufacturing technologies.
Headquartered in Van Nuys, CA, Microfabrica is an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certified facility holding both ISO 9001-2008 and ISO 13485-2003 certifications.