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  • Laser Processing of Fine Wires in Medical Devices
    with fine wires the fiber laser can be. used in a number of different processes: • Laser welding. • Laser brazing. • Laser balling. Fine wires are used for a number of applications. from leads for electrical connections to joining of. wires for a variety of insertable devices. Figure 2: Butt welding
  • Medical Device Link .
    using various processes such as epoxy, laser, brazing, and soldering. Popper & Sons Inc., New Hyde Park, NY Contract Assembly and Automation Services in Cleanroom Environment. Project management from product design support and prototyping through assembly, packaging
  • Medical Device Link . Automation Equipment Provides Speed, Reliability
    the robot to operate on any number of axes. "This is a very economical and powerful robot," he says. Recent applications for the Opus robot have included the laser brazing of various medical components and the fabrication of medical implantables.
  • EDM Plus Automation Helps Facility Meet Demand
    in a precise and critical alignment. Brazing is used to hold the assembly together. Tolerances are strict. The diameters of the holes that hold the rods in the tie plates are held to plus or minus .0005 ", depending on specific design; the hole pattern must be accurate to .005 true positional tolerance
  • Medical Device Link .
    . But other joining processes, such as welding, brazing, soldering, or adhesive bonding, can provide technical and economic advantages. This article provides an introduction to the use of adhesives in the production of medical devices and reviews the main types of adhesives used in medical applications
  • Medical Device Link . Metals Companies Sharpen Their Competitive Edge
    technology, reducing costs, and widening market access, to name but a few strategies. "High precision," says Clemens Meyer-Kobbe, doctor of mechanical engineering at MeKo Laser Material Processing GmbH (Sarstedt, Germany), "sets our company apart from other metal fabricators." According to Meyer-Kobbe
  • Multi-Prong Infusion Needle Case Study
    €™s production floor boasts a diverse lineup of precision machinery, allowing us to provide end-to-end precision manufacturing, CNC and laser machining as well as assembly services, all under one roof. By centralizing our processes, we provide uncompromising quality standards, rapid ramp-ups, short
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    , cutting burrs and blades; multicomponent surgical instrument assemblies; and precision machined spinal, trauma and dental implants made of stainless steel and titanium. Special processes that the company offers include laser welding, induction welding and brazing; chemical and laser etching

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