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Resonetics Enables Pediatric Heart Valve

Lauren Goodman Recent News

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Resonetics collaborated with Draper in Cambridge, Massachusetts to develop a pediatric heart valve frame.  The concept is to create an implant that will “grow” with a child.  The image below shows the nitinol valve frame cut and electropolished. Read the complete article here.

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Resonetics Announces Recapitalization with GTCR’s Regatta Medical

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Regatta Medical to Support Growth of Market-Leader in Micromanufacturing for the Life Sciences Resonetics announced today that Regatta Medical has made a strategic investment in Resonetics. Led by CEO Chip Hance, Regatta Medical is a portfolio company of GTCR, a leading private equity investor in the healthcare sector. Going forward, the existing Resonetics management team, led by CEO Tom Burns, … Read More

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Resonetics’ PRIME Laser Cut Tubing in the News

Lauren Goodman Recent News

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The latest issue of The Davis Enterprise features PRIME Laser Cut Tubing. The article gives an overview on the operations at the PRIME facility, and discusses the current plans for the new Davis location expansion, as well as the career path of Grayson Beck- vice president of velocity and automation for Resonetics.

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Resonetics Acquires Aduro Laser

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Resonetics announced today its acquisition of Aduro Laser, an emerging leader in laser processing of tubular components for the medical device industry. In just four years, Aduro has established an innovative business model and proprietary technology to shorten lead times dramatically, enabling customers…   Follow to read the full release

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Resonetics Granted Patent for Micro Hole Polymer Drilling

Lauren Goodman Drilling, Recent News

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The U.S. patent office recently granted Resonetics a new patent (U.S. 9,694,446, 04 Jul 2017) “Wall thickness compensation during laser orifice drilling.” Due to the growing need for less invasive devices and localized drug delivery, lasers are being used extensively to drill very fine micro holes in various….   Access the full press release below   Read the full article  

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Resonetics Adds Applications Development Lab and Nitinol Processing to San Diego Facility

Lauren Goodman Electropolishing, Recent News, Shape Setting

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Today Resonetics announced plans to add a Lightspeed ADL™ application development lab to its manufacturing site in San Diego, California. The site will offer a range of micro manufacturing tools to service medical device and diagnostics customers and will feature various laser wavelengths optimized for polymers, glass and metals. In addition, the San Diego facility will add Nitinol processing capabilities … Read More

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Micro Innovation: 3D Laser Ablating

Lauren Goodman Ablating, Recent News

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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