Products & Services

See also: Categories | Parts by Number | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1

Parts by Number Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PLL8Y25 PLC Radwell Panduit Panel Accessories, Wire & Terminal Markers LASER PRINTABLE LABELS 1.00 X .38

Conduct Research Top

  • Featured Application: Laser Marking PVC Extrusions using WinMark Pro's Banner Tracking Feature
    to integrate a laser marker into a production line, as it eliminates the bottleneck of stopping and indexing at the mark location. Until now, tracking could occur only when the entire mark fit within the extents of the overall lens field. A long, continuous mark, made in the direction of travel
  • Medical Device Link .
    , and bar coding parts. In addition, laser systems can also precisely cut and shape thin materials such as wire and stencils. Below are descriptions of several laser systems including diode-pumped laser markers, linear stages for laser positioning, and polymer stencil manufacturing systems
  • Medical Device Link .
    production, a contract manufacturing facility is equipped with industrial excimer laser workstations. Applications include microfluidics, LEDs, sensors, ink-jets, chip-scale packaging, device-scale packaging, wire stripping, optic waveguides, and biosensors. Micromachining of plastics, ceramics, hard
  • Medical Device Link .
    designs can include bonded tips, embedded marker bands, and insert molding. Tubing can be converted into delivery systems for applications such as TAA graft delivery and carotid and coronary stent delivery. Wire-free hose for medical applications is crush, pull, and puncture resistant. The Type 252
  • Medical Device Link . Hotline
    Laser marking has come of age in the last five years. Efficient CO lasers have replaced more expensive YAG lasers in many applications. The sealed CO lasers are more versatile and capable of marking a wider range of materials. Synrad (Mukilteo, WA), a manufacturer of sealed RF-excited CO lasers
  • Medical Device Link .
    A welding process for catheters begins when an operator lays a wire on the platform and slides the wire into tooling that holds it in place during welding. The operator presses a foot pedal to pneumatically clamp the tooling onto the wire. Once the tooling is clamped, the operator presses dual palm
  • Medical Device Link .
    control, laser technology, and computer automation, the laser-based cutter is designed for high-throughput production processes. The system was showcased at the recent Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD &M) West event in Anaheim, CA, USA. Horizontal wire EDM equipment that automatically threads
  • Medical Device Link .
    , with as small as 0.002-in. inner diam and tolerances to 0.0002 in. Medical-grade wire types that can be coiled include clad wire, DFT, braided, standard, and coated. Coils and helices can be coated with a variety of polymers and metal plating. , 475 Apollo Dr., Lino Lakes, MN 55014. A provider
  • Medical Device Link .
    and wall thicknesses in these products. In the past, the standard catheter process was to jacket a coiled wire. This progressed to using helical-cut tubing with a similar jacket that allowed for more flexibility. Currently, the complex cutting patterns have progressive flexibility and maintain a high

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire