Adding precision grinding services, Resonetics acquires Tru Tech

Laser micromachining services provider Resonetics has acquired precision grinding services supplier Tru Tech Systems.

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Laser micromachining services provider Resonetics (Nashua, NH) has acquired precision grinding services supplier Tru Tech Systems (Tru Tech; Mt. Clemens, MI), which serves the medical device market and provides computer numerical control (CNC) grinding equipment for the machine tool industry.

Since its founding in 1989, Tru Tech has grown consistently by providing rapid prototypes for core wires and mandrels used extensively in interventional life-saving products. The company also designs, builds, and services grinding equipment, specializing in centerless grinding of stainless steel, nitinol, PEEK, and other polymers, for its own use and for other industrial markets. The company is led by Steve Smarsh, president and CEO, and Toby Roll, vice president, and operates out of facilities in Mt. Clemens and Lewiston, MI.

Over the last two years, Resonetics has completed five company acquisitions that provide complimentary technologies to its core platform, says Tom Burns, Resonetics' president and CEO.

For more information, please visit resonetics.com.

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