• Potomac Photonics
  • July 08, 2024

Blog Post: Exploring New Microfabrication Services on the Goodfellow Podcast

Blog Post: Exploring New Microfabrication Services on the Goodfellow Podcast

Episode #13 – Microfabrication: The New Services Available from Goodfellow


In June 2024, Goodfellow acquired Potomac Photonics, seamlessly integrating their cutting-edge micromanufacturing services into the Goodfellow portfolio. This strategic acquisition expands Goodfellow’s capabilities to include specialized services such as small hole drilling, laser micro welding, micro CNC, and much more. It also marks the establishment of a new manufacturing base in the USA, further enhancing their global reach.

In the latest episode of “Innovation, Discussed,” hosts Mark and Aphrodite sit down with Mike Adelstein to delve into the exciting world of miniaturization services now available through Goodfellow. Mike provides insights into how these advanced microfabrication techniques can revolutionize various industries by enabling precision and efficiency on a microscopic scale.

Whether you’re in the field of materials science, engineering, or just curious about the latest innovations in microfabrication, this episode is a must-listen. Gain a deeper understanding of how Goodfellow’s expanded capabilities can meet your specific needs and drive your projects forward.

Tune in to “Innovation, Discussed” and stay ahead with the latest advancements in microfabrication and materials science.


About Potomac Photonics: Potomac Photonics has been a leader in microfabrication for over three decades, providing innovative solutions to industries such as medical devices, electronics, and aerospace. Their expertise in micromanufacturing processes, including precision laser machining and micro CNC, has made them a go-to partner for companies looking to push the boundaries of what’s possible at microscopic scales.

About Goodfellow: Goodfellow is a renowned supplier of high-quality materials for research and industry. With over 70 years of experience, they offer an extensive range of metals, ceramics, polymers, and other materials to meet the needs of their global customer base. Goodfellow is known for their commitment to quality and innovation, continually expanding their offerings to include the latest advancements in materials science.

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