Horizon Microtechnologies allows customers access to the benefits of additive manufacturing at the micro-scale without the limitations that come from commonly used micro-AM materials. Horizon’s innovative approach combines the precision, design freedom and ease of fabrication of polymer micro-AM (and other 3D structuring technologies) with other materials that enhance functionality. Most notably, it creates conductivity and environmental resistance. As such, Horizon Microtechnologies uses micro-AM as an enabling technology that stimulates innovation and pushes the boundaries of what is possible in micro-scale part production.
Our processes unlock the potential of micro-AM for customers looking to make geometrically complex, functionally-integrated precision parts, having not been able until now to find a 3D printing solution with the appropriate levels of precision or suitable material options.
You may make electrodes for life science applications and you are looking for electrodes with tailored surface area, precise three-dimensional placement of conducting traces, and integrated mechanical features such as barbs. Or you may be looking for a solution to flexibly make a small batch of contact pins or ESD-safe jigs with speedy turnaround times and low upfront costs.
Our processes are explicitly designed for the specifics of AM, meaning that when looking for parts and components such as electrodes, sensor heads, pick-and-place end-effectors, and nozzles, you can now embrace the power, flexibility, agility, and design freedom of micro-AM for micro-scale conductive parts and components.
We offer development projects and support small batch production runs of 100 – 10,000 pieces providing a viable manufacturing alternative to less accurate and less economical production approaches.