Laser micro manufacturing is a compilation of technologies developed to address an ever-increasing demand for micro-scale manufacturing in the Medical Device and Advanced Diagnostics Markets. These technologies include laser ablation, laser cutting, laser drilling and laser welding. This article provides details on laser micro manufacturing technologies and applying them to medical devices. READ POST
Resonetics developed a 3-D laser ablation process that enables prototyping and production of micro medical device components and provides a unique micro-scale fabrication technique for many other medical device applications. READ POST
Resonetics CTO Kevin Hartke sat down with Ian Wright from Engineering.com during Ian’s recent visit to Resonetics HQ in Nashua NH. They discussed micromachining systems, processes and future technology. Follow link to read article.
Three-dimensional laser ablation is a recent advancement from the Advanced Technology Group at Resonetics. Read the recent case study to see how Resonetics overcame obstacles to meet customer needs and specifications. Read Case Study
3D Laser Ablation is a recent advancement from the Resonetics’ Advanced Technology Group (ATG). This process employs a state-of-the-art laser ablation system, developed by Resonetics, to create micro-scale metal parts. 3D Ablation starts with metal hypotube or wire and directly ablates (machines) parts into complex geometries, as shown in the part pictured. This demonstration part starts as a nitinol hypotube … Read More