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  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Microcomponents
    the creation of statistically defined production processes, and parts and features are verified by means of advanced vision system technology. Remmele Engineering Inc., Micro Machining Div. , Big Lake, MN, USA. Synthetic sapphire, ruby, ceramic, and metal-carbide materials are machined to tolerances
  • Medical Device Link .
    Pr ecis/Micropierre (Charquemont, France). The company employs approximately 100 qualified technicians who produce microassemblies to customer specifications in fine ceramics, ruby, sapphire, stainless steel, titanium,. Market Watch: Products. Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link
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    by heating. The pure, deionized, filtered water is pressurized between 50 and 500 bar. However, its consumption remains low (about 1 L/hr) because of the jet 's small diameter. The nozzles, which can be either sapphire or diamond, may be as small as 25 um in diameter. The laser sources are diverse
  • Nanogenerators Powered by Body Movement
    the tip lost contact with the wire, the strain released and the researchers measured the electrical current. The nanowire arrays were grown using standard vapor-liquid-solid processes in small tubes furnaces. Gold nanoparticles were deposited onto a sapphire substrate and place in one end
  • Thin-Film Sputtering Deposition Strain Sensors
    any material can be used as a substrate for the sensor including stainless steel, Inconel, Hastaloy, aluminium, sapphire, and titanium. The process begins by preparing the surface of the substrate with a diamond slurry to remove all surface pinholes and cracks. A dielectric layer is first deposited
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Tools for Micromachining: Reducing Part Size, Time, and Cost
    Polyurethane Stainless steel Silicon Polymide Nitinol Sapphire/alumina Nylon/Pebax Copper PZT PET Glass Teflon Diamond Table I. Examples of medical device materials suitable for laser micromachining. Most laser micromachining processes remove material by a rapid vaporization process called
  • Ultrasonic Power vs. Intensity
    solvents or low surface tension liquids (alcohols, acetone, hexane, etc…) you must use a solid tip probe. Solid tip probes can be used for any type of sample. Once the tip is worn out and no longer sonicates effectively the probe must be replaced. Sapphire tip probes are solid probes with a sapphire disk
  • Why Hard Materials vs. Metals
    metal or plastic materials. We specialize in hard materials such as sapphire,. ceramic, aluminum nitride, boron carbide, silicon nitride, and zirconia, to name just a few. The reason we specialize in these materials instead of metals is that we feel these hard. materials have unique properties