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Enhanced Catheter Performance Made Possible With Laser Cut Tubing

Lauren Goodman Cutting, Prime Laser Cut, Recent News, Ultrafast Cutting

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Our latest white paper, written by Kevin Hartke, Chief Technical Officer, highlights the advantages of using laser cut tube in the place of traditional catheter constructs.  Resonetics has combined advances in laser and motion control to develop a cost effective tool for high-volume manufacturing of catheter components. This high-speed laser cutting process is branded as PRIME Laser Cut. Laser cut … Read More

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RESONETICS ANNOUNCES MAJOR EXPANSION OF CALIFORNIA OPERATIONS

Lauren Goodman Electropolishing, Prime Laser Cut, Recent News, Shape Setting, Ultrafast Cutting, Welding

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Resonetics announced today that it has begun improvements on a newly acquired 37,000 square foot facility in San Diego. The building is undergoing a complete renovation to meet Resonetics’ requirements. The site will be configured with a focus on nitinol processing and advanced manufacturing technologies to support growing demand for minimally invasive components and implants used in neurovascular, structural heart … Read More

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5 Questions for Resonetics at Compamed

Lauren Goodman Recent News

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Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief of MPO Magazine interviewed Kevin Hartke, CTO Resonetics, to learn more about Resonetics and what sets us apart from our competitors.   “Once again, I find myself wandering the many halls of the Medica and CompaMed trade events. I took a moment to reach out to representatives at several companies exhibiting at the medical device gathering this … Read More

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The Future of Laser Micro Manufacturing in Medical Device Markets

Lauren Goodman Ablating, Cutting, Drilling, Recent News, Welding

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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

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Resonetics Offers Fresh Perspective to Nitinol Manufacturing

Lauren Goodman Electropolishing, Recent News, Shape Setting, Ultrafast Cutting

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Shape memory and super elastic alloys, such as nitinol, can help elevate your next medical device. The unique properties of nitinol enable the material to restore its original shape when deployed and traverse difficult anatomies without mechanical deformation (super elasticity). These attributes make nitinol a good choice for minimally invasive medical device components including stents, catheters, and guidewires.   Read … Read More

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Resonetics Expands Investment in Medibrane

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Resonetics announced today that it has made an additional equity investment and provided debt financing to Medibrane, based near Tel Aviv, Israel. Resonetics first acquired a minority ownership in Medibrane as part of its November 2018 acquisition of STI Laser, also based in Israel. Medibrane designs, develops and manufactures…   FULL RELEASE   LEARN MORE ABOUT MEDIBRANE