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San Jose, CA—Directed Light Inc (DLI) has built a successful reputation as a supplier of advanced manufacturing solutions through contract laser processing.
Graham Investments, has expanded its outsourced medical device manufacturing platform by acquiring LSA Laser (Plymouth ..... ablation , and marking , and provides precision medical device manufacturing and assembly services to medical device OEMs
a 'hot spot' for medical device R&D and manufacturing and as such is an ideal location for the regional Medical Device Manufacturing Conference held every fall. Why is this area so heavily invested in the medical device marketplace? Historically
Anaheim, CA- Medical device manufacturing is a hot area for laser technology. The Industrial Laser ..... here February 12-15, were treated to “Lasers in Medical Device Manufacturing ” presentations covering all precision laser processing
Tanous Ultrafast laser technology enables true athermal ablation, setting the stage for dramatic advances in medical device manufacturing Heat is almost always the enemy. This is particularly true as the scale on which we build things shrinks
LSA Laser, a provider of precision micro laser welding services for medical device manufacturing , is offering a free laser engineering guide with conversions, a weldability chart, and feature examples.
A complete system solution approach is essential for successful medical device manufacturing
January 27--Wright Laser Inc. has changed its name to Vitaldyne Inc. and has expanded its medical device manufacturing services
developed and manufactured in Germany by 3D-Micromac AG. The laser systems tackle challenging applications for medical device manufacturing , semiconductor and photovoltaic processing, and flexible electronic components production. Brian Hoekstra
Americas predicted continuing growth in the US and low growth in Latin America led by Brazil (metal cutting and medical device manufacturing are hot), while the rest of South America on the Atlantic side was judged to be a slow-growth situation