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From micro and small hole drilling to hot embossing, laser marking and 3D printing services, Potomac is an experienced “one stop shop” for taking your products from prototyping to high volume production.View Core Services
Potomac has deep experience in all common materials, including Kapton polymers and a range of metals, plastics, ceramics, and more. Our engineers will work with you to select the proper material for your project.View Materials
We take pride in continually upgrading and adding new manufacturing technologies that can be quickly customized to meet a wide range of applications quickly and cost-effectively.Explore Applications
Potomac Photonics has extensive experience helping clients in broad range of industries develop and bring their micro products to market such as medical devices, scientific research and alternative energy.View Solutions
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Thank you so much for helping us with our hummingbird tools. I can’t tell you how much people appreciate the precision of the Tarsus Gauge you all made for us. I just sent some gauges down to Costa Rica and Argentina for researchers there and they are thrilled to be better able to precisely measure and fit bands to their tropical species.
I could have made these (shadow masks with 10-micron diameter holes) myself in the lab, but the learning curve was high for the size of micro hole drilling we needed. That’s why I sought out Potomac Photonics. Their capabilities allowed me to save the time and energy of doing it myself.
Potomac Photonics expertise and expediency enabled us to both deliver our flight unit calorimeter spectrometer insert on schedule and the opportunity to test in advance our proposed alignment method in Japan.
We are developing a robotic capsule endoscope which is capable of mobility within the gastrointestinal tract. . . Potomac Photonics produces micro-drilled polyimide sheets that we use as molds to fabricate the micro-patterned polymers. . .