Who We Are

If you have a challenging problem in the micro-world, we’re here to solve it.

Precision MicroFab develops and implements real-world solutions on a microscopic scale.  Our clients include physicians, inventors, scientists, engineers and researchers in the medical device, life sciences, microelectronics and aerospace industries.

Because we design for manufacturability, we help our clients shorten their product design cycles, moving them from idea to prototype to finished product in the shortest time possible.

Precision MicroFab also specializes in just-in-time micro-manufacturing.  If you need to manufacture a part that no one else can make, Precision MicroFab may be the solution.

Our experienced, knowledgeable staff is ready to develop a solution to your micro-fabrication problem.

Precision MicroFab is ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 certified.

How can we help?

Find out how Precision MicroFab can help you create innovative solutions to your design challenges.

We’re always willing to assist you with any queries you may have.

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Case Studies

The optical attenuator designed and built by Precision MicroFab is in use on the International Space Station.

Optical Attenuators for ISS

The optical attenuator designed and built by Precision MicroFab is in use on the International Space Station.

This polycarbonate nozzle, which features a conical entrance and exit, has a neck that's only 100 μm long.

Polycarbonate micro-nozzle

This polycarbonate nozzle, which features a conical entrance and exit, has a neck that's only 100 μm long.

The varying depths of the holes are due to different increments in the number of laser pulses, ranging from 500 pulses to 4500 pulses, at which point the laser breaks through the glass.

Micro-drilling glass

The varying depths of the holes are due to different increments in the number of laser pulses.

This clever design, developed by Precision MicroFab, made a challenging experiment possible.

Micro wire array

This clever design, developed by Precision MicroFab, made a challenging experiment possible.

This micro G-force sensor was cut from 25 μm thick aluminum.

Micro G-force sensor

This micro G-force sensor, designed and fabricated for an aerospace application, was cut from 25 μm thick aluminum.

The bottoms of these blind micro-holes have a diameter of 150 μm and are flat to within 5 μm.

Blind micro-holes in sapphire

The bottoms of these blind micro-holes have a diameter of 150 μm and are flat to within 5 μm.