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About Microfabrica

Microfabrica is working to develop technology for the production of micro-machines and other micro-scale device. The company's flagship technology, EFAB, is designed to allow micro-devices to be produced from a single, automated system, and enable 3D CAD designs to be transformed into finished micro precision parts and MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems).

Headquarters Location

7911 Haskell Avenue

Van Nuys, California, 91406,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Microfabrica

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Microfabrica Patents

Microfabrica has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Microtechnology
  • Semiconductor device fabrication
  • Electronics manufacturing
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Semiconductor device fabrication, Microtechnology, Computer hardware cooling, Heat exchangers, Microfluidics


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Semiconductor device fabrication, Microtechnology, Computer hardware cooling, Heat exchangers, Microfluidics



Latest Microfabrica News

Microfabrica Showcases Latest-Generation Micro-Composite MEMS Probes at SWTest 2021 Conference in San Diego August 30 – September 1

Aug 30, 2021

August 30, 2021 08:15 AM Eastern Daylight Time VAN NUYS, Calif.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Microfabrica , the world leader in Advanced Micro-Scale Additive Manufacturing and the wholly owned and independently operated subsidiary of Italian multinational Technoprobe SpA , is debuting its latest generation of Micro-Composite MEMS™ Probes during the 30th annual SWTest 2021 conference and expo . The company is participating in the Technoprobe booth both online and onsite at the San Diego event running August 30 through September 1. Microfabrica is the largest pure-play MEMS Probe fabricator in the industry. It has shipped over 200 million MEMS probes to date, enabling the most aggressive product development roadmaps for both SOC and Memory Test. Founded in 1999, Microfabrica pioneered the development of MEMS Probes for use in wafer-level semiconductor testing and has a long history studded with “firsts” including: First to introduce a multi-material MEMS Probe comprised of a spring and wear-resistant tip First to develop a Micro-Composite MEMS™ Probe combining a spring material, a conductor, and wear-resistant tip First to develop a novel impedance-matched MEMS Probe with dielectric for advanced RF and Kelvin Test “We are eager to share Microfabrica’s latest technology with our partners and customers during SWTest 2021,” said Stefano Felici, chief executive officer of Technoprobe. “Although we completed the merger of the two companies in 2019, SWTest is the first industry event in which we are participating together in the same booth. We expect attendees will be immediately struck by how complementary our technology platforms are. The addition of Microfabrica to the Technoprobe family has expanded our technology palette to address the broadest possible range of applications.” Microfabrica Micro-Composite MEMS Probes are on display at SWTest in the Technoprobe booth, number 215, located in the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego. For those attendees unable to travel, Technoprobe is hosting a virtual booth available 24/7 throughout the live event. Technoprobe and Microfabrica experts are on hand at both booths to interact with attendees in real time. SWTest 2021 content will remain available on-demand through October 2, 2021. Attendees who would like to schedule a meeting with Microfabrica or Technoprobe experts during SWTest 2021 should contact . About Microfabrica Microfabrica, Inc. is the leader in high-volume production, micro-scale additive manufacturing. By integrating the flexibility of 3D printing with the precision of advanced semiconductor manufacturing processes, the company designs and builds robust micro-scale solutions that enable new levels of product innovation. Global market leaders rely on Microfabrica’s unique technology to deliver breakthrough products, reduce their time to market, and gain a dramatic competitive edge. Microfabrica is a wholly owned and independently operated subsidiary of Technoprobe SpA. Visit for more information. Contacts

Microfabrica Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Microfabrica founded?

    Microfabrica was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Microfabrica's headquarters?

    Microfabrica's headquarters is located at 7911 Haskell Avenue, Van Nuys.

  • What is Microfabrica's latest funding round?

    Microfabrica's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Microfabrica raise?

    Microfabrica raised a total of $62.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Microfabrica?

    Investors of Microfabrica include Technoprobe, Chevron Technology Ventures, Partech Partners, Dynafund Ventures, Threshold Ventures and 12 more.

  • Who are Microfabrica's competitors?

    Competitors of Microfabrica include SLM Solutions, Zmorph, Stratasys, Ultimaker, Raise3D, Seurat Technologies, Voxel8, Zortrax, Formlabs, Noraker and 26 more.

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