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Nitinol/Zirconium Fabrication

November 6, 2006 10:37 am | Fotofab Corp. | Product Releases | Comments

Company offers the manufacturing of custom nitinol and zirconium components to its list of fabrication capabilities. Both medical-friendly metals are imperative to the medical market because of their superior strength and biocompatibility characteristics.

LISTED UNDER: Metals | Nitinol
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Metal Fabrication (2653)

February 6, 2006 10:29 am | Fotofab Corp. | Product Releases | Comments

Precision metal parts can be delivered in as few as 24 hours with chemical etching. Working with over 50 metal alloys, the company continues to refine the photochemical machining process to produce custom precision metal parts.

LISTED UNDER: Metals

Metal Matrix Composite

September 3, 2004 5:30 am | Cps Corp. | Product Releases | Comments

AlSiC (Aluminum Silicon Carbide) substrates are ideal for power supply substrate applications, including carrier plates and heatsink materials for medical equipment power supplies. Applications include electronic detectors in NMRI and MRI systems and high RPM elements in CT scanners.

LISTED UNDER: Metals | Power Supplies

Sputtered Thin Films

September 3, 2004 5:30 am | Techni-Met, Llc | Product Releases | Comments

Vacuum sputtered thin films are produced to serve specialized medical electronic product applications. Precision single and multiple-layer thin film depositions are designed to provide functional conductive, shielding, optical, protective, electroluminescent, and reflective properties.

LISTED UNDER: Metals

Metal Fabrication

February 6, 2004 8:46 am | Universal Air Filter Co. | Product Releases | Comments

UAF has added metal fabrication capabilities to manufacture its latest, most sophisticated air filter frames and components. The heart of the department is Strippit&reg turrent punch presses and brake presses that integrate with automated adhesive dispensing and assembly workstations.

LISTED UNDER: Metals | Air Filter

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