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Product News: Micromolding

Wittmann Battenfeld Inc.

wittman battenfeld 1 thumbIn a nod to the growing demand for injection-molding equipment able to produce high-precision, microscale medical parts and devices, Wittmann Battenfeld has introduced a new version of its MicroPower machine.

Matrix Plastic Products

Matrix molding thumbMatrix Plastics Products, Wood Dale, Ill., micromolds plastic parts smaller than a pellet of resin with tolerances of 12.7µm or less for the consumer electronics industry, according to the company's Web site.

Matrix Plastic Products

Matrix molding thumbMatrix Plastics Products, Wood Dale, Ill., micromolds plastic parts smaller than a pellet of resin with tolerances of 12.7µm or less for the consumer electronics industry, according to the company's Web site.

The ability to continuously etch precision metal components reel to reel enables Interplex Etch Logic, LLC, Attleboro, Mass., to offer down-stream operations such as forming, plating, molding and automatic assembly.

The ability to continuously etch precision metal components reel to reel enables Interplex Etch Logic, LLC, Attleboro, Mass., to offer down-stream operations such as forming, plating, molding and automatic assembly.

Orbel Corporation offers advanced manufacturing skills to become a major supplier of EMI/RFI shielding, board level RF shielding, photo chemical etched (chemical milling) metal components, metal etching, electroplating, and passivation services.

Life BioScience Inc.has developed a patent-pending, photostructurable glass-ceramic called APEX. The material is available for purchase and can be used by customers to fabricate 3-D glass and/or ceramic microdevices in high-volume batch processes.

Hutchinson Technology Inc (HTI), an industry leader in manufacturing precision components, announces successful high volume production of micropatterned parts utilizing a partial photochemical etching process. Partial photochemical etching removes material selectively by using a patterned mask and rigorous etch depth control.

SMC Ltd., Somerset, Wis., can produce micromolded medical parts of 0.003 cu. in. and smaller while holding tight tolerances.

SMC Ltd., Somerset, Wis., can produce micromolded medical parts of 0.003 cu. in. and smaller while holding tight tolerances.