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forming for medical device parts or subassemblies, grinding, fine-wire assemblies, laser and plasma welding, and custom compression springs. While wire technology’s uses are vast, it is not a rapidly evolving industry. Rather, it is the design and application of the wire and tubing in medical products that continue to change. In spite of this, CWT’s team of designers continue to push the boundaries of conventional wire processing. CWT provides flexibility with its micro-laser welding machines, which are capable of rotary and stationary welding. The latter option is typical for custom prototypes and small orders, but automated rotary welding is used in larger production runs to ensure quality, consistency and quick turnaround times. Another aspect of the company’s capabilities is its printing prowess. With 360° rotational printing, it can provide marking indicators and product logos on a variety of medical devices and components. CWT boasts an ISO Class 7 cleanroom for assemblies and packaging to ensure products meet the cleanliness requirements demanded by customers.


Custom Wire Technologies www.customwiretech.com


High-quality rubber products


located in Oklahoma, California, Massachusetts, Singapore, as well as Malaysia, and it has ISO 9001-certified facilities and a Class 10,000 cleanroom. Known for high-precision, close- tolerance moulding services, Da/Pro Rubber can manufacture LIM/LSR products to these same demanding standards. The compression and transfer moulding consists of proprietary processes developed by Da/Pro Rubber. The presses are designed to adjust for compound or part-configuration variables. The moulding process is computer-controlled and monitored to maintain consistent moulding conditions, assuring the duplication of the product throughout the moulding cycles. When it comes to material development and qualification, Da/Pro staff chemists are available to develop organic, inorganic or silicone compounds to satisfy specific customer requirements. The physical properties of all rubber compounds that are critical to the function of the moulded product are monitored in the Da/Pro Rubber laboratory. Da/Pro has a complete


Da/Pro Rubber’s products meet demanding standards.


Da/Pro Rubber manufactures custom products including diaphragms, seals, connectors, custom shapes, rubber-to-metal parts and more. Its facilities are


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in-house engineering department to assist with the mouldability of components. The company’s CAD/CAM capabilities guarantee effective precision tooling at competitive prices. To ensure product consistency, quality is monitored throughout each process, using a system based on ISO-9001 standards, an advanced statistical process control is used to monitor material properties and mixing, moulding operations and final product conformance to specification. The final proof of the success of these efforts is the part itself. To ensure quality, all parts are visually inspected to check that they conform to design criteria. In addition, leak and deflection testing for diaphragms and


insulation testing for connector inserts may be specified. Whatever the customer’s moulding needs, Da/Pro has the expertise, experience and world-class service necessary to find a solution.


Da/Pro Rubber www.daprorubber.com


A magnetic field mapping solution


solutions to intelligent optics. Its knowledge of magnet performance in extreme conditions and magnet compatibility helps to ensure a solution meets the most stringent requirements.


Dexter Magnetic Technologies www.dextermag.com


Voice coil motors benefit from


overmoulded coils for greater strength and better packing


Magnetic field mapping is automated for efficiency and convenience.


An essential part of testing, verification and troubleshooting a magnetic device is field mapping. Dexter Magnetic Technologies’ magnetic field mapping devices are completely automated, but can be manually controlled if an application requires it. For most applications, an automated solution is the most efficient and convenient choice. The mapper is given the required mapping space in all three dimensions, specifies a resolution and lets the mapper collect data with its three-axis probe.


The mapping device then exports the magnetic field data to file once the acquisition is complete. The company can process the data in-house as needed, or the raw data can be delivered directly to the customer for analysis in the customer’s favourite data-processing software. Dexter Magnetic Technologies is the global leader in the specification, design and fabrication of magnetic products and assemblies. Since its founding in 1951, solutions designed by Dexter have and continue to positively impact the world daily – from life-saving medical


Geeplus invests in new machinery that can overmould its voice coil motors.


In addition to winding their own coils, Geeplus have invested in new machinery that will overmould the coils used in its voice coil motors. Being an in-house facility, Geeplus can now offer even greater levels of quality control and, as a result, its entire growing range of standard voice coil products will benefit from this. Additionally, by doing this itself, Geeplus will also have control of both manufacturing and delivery schedules.


Made using the new machinery, which has been installed in its extended manufacturing premises, advanced polymers are used to encase the coils in a very thin wall of material that enables good coil packing and a very mechanically robust assembly. Creating a high temperature capability of more than 150°C, the process also enables greater flexibility with the use of different shafts.


When overmoulded, the component used in the Geeplus voice coil motors demonstrates a greater media strength with a far


Medical Device Developments / www.nsmedicaldevices.com


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