We report the fabrication and evaluation of a PMMA electrostatic comb-drive microactuator using hot embossing and ultra-precision cutting technology. First, a two-step silicon mold is fabricated by bulk micromachining technology. Next, comb-drive microactuator structures are formed on a PMMA plate by hot embossing. Both finger width and gap between fingers are , and finger thickness is larger than . Then, the PMMA layer that remained after hot embossing is removed by ultra-precision cutting to release the movable parts. Last, the device is coated with a gold layer for the electrode. The PMMA comb-drive microactuator has been tested successfully.