The Microfab Lab website has been designed to streamline microfabrication projects where customers can manage their accounts, profiles, and projects completely online.
Lanham, MD (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
Online microfabrication company, MicroFab Lab, has become an authorized partner with Kyocera Micro Tools. The partnership means users of MicroFab Lab will have access to top quality micro tools for their projects.
Since 1987, Kyocera Micro Tools has designed and manufactured tight tolerance carbide cutting tools for a broad range of markets including the electronics and medical industries.
MicroFab Lab delivers low cost per hour access to world-class equipment and US-based engineers utilizing the latest technology. The site assists a variety of industries in creating micromanufactured devices. The Microfab Lab website has been designed to streamline microfabrication projects where customers can manage their accounts, profiles, and projects completely online.
“We are excited to become an authorized partner with Kyocera Micro Tools,” says Mike Adelstein, of MicroFab Lab. “Both companies have a commitment to quality and accessibility. It’s a perfect fit for our customers.”
About MicroFab Lab
MicroFab Lab is a division of leading laser microfabrication company Potomac Photonics. In business since 1982, Potomac Photonics has been recognized by commercial and government agencies for innovative contributions to medical device manufacturing and electronics fabrication. Potomac’s high-tech facility, located in Lanham, MD, is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certified. MicroFab Lab uses Potomac’s equipment and US-based engineers to make micromanufacturing affordable and accessible. For more information visit their website at http://www.microfablab.com