FABTECH, Day 2: Optimistic mood continues

Day two at FABTECH proved to be as positive as day one. More than 17,000 attendees passed through the doors and the general attitude reported to us by a substantial number of industry suppliers we interviewed was that these people were in a buying mood.

Day two at FABTECH proved to be as positive as day one. More than 17,000 attendees passed through the doors and the general attitude reported to us by a substantial number of industry suppliers we interviewed was that these people were in a buying mood.

Tamarack Scientific Company (Corona, CA) has developed a laser ablation system that directly patterns biochip sensors in a thin layer of metal on polyimide. The video shows a 40 mm x 10 mm part being ablated in a thin layer of copper on polyimide, showing slow ramp-up in speed to a rate of over 150 parts per second.

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