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Jim Reed Joins Resonetics to Lead Commercial Team

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Resonetics, the leader in laser micro manufacturing for the life sciences, announced that Jim Reed has joined the company as Vice President, Sales. Jim will have responsibility for sales in North and Central America and will also oversee the customer service team at Resonetics’ five facilities. Access the full release below READ THE FULL ARTICLE

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In-Vitro Diagnostics Article Features Resonetics

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The latest issue of Medical Product Outsourcing features an article that discusses the changing and evolving trends in the in-vitro diagnostic market. Glenn Ogura, Resonetics’ Senior Vice President of  market development contributed to the article, offering his insight in the area and discussing how recent technology trends have been affecting the diagnostic market. Access the full article below. Read the … Read More

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Resonetics Opens in Costa Rica

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San José, Costa Rica, October 6th, 2016. Resonetics is opening a new production facility in the Coyol Free Zone Business Park in Alajuela, Costa Rica. Construction started in May and is expected to be completed in October.  The new 16,000 sq. ft. (1,486 sq. m.) plant will feature a 3,000 sq. ft. (279 sq. m.) Class 8 cleanroom, and 24/6 operations. … Read More

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Resonetics to Open in Minneapolis/St. Paul

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Resonetics is pleased to announce that it will open a new facility in Plymouth, Minnesota. The new facility will provide enhanced lead times and local, collaborative—laser micro manufacturing services to life science companies in the Twin Cities. The 9,000 sq. ft. facility will start up with the Lightspeed ADL™, an environment focused on prototyping and iterative process development that is … Read More

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Glass Microfabrication Article Featured on Blog

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Interested in how lasers are boosting glass microfabrication for diagnostics applications?  Resonetics’ Senior VP of Market Development, Glenn Ogura, is featured in an new article on MPMN MedTech Pulse.  Article highlights the evolution of glass processing and how laser microfabrication is making an impact.  Follow the link below the read the full article. Read the Full Article

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Resonetics Adds Process Development Center of Excellence

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NASHUA, N.H., June 8, 2016 – Resonetics has added a second Lightspeed ADL™ Application Development Lab in its Dayton, OH facility to complement the existing lab in Boston. This new 1,100 sq. ft. Lightspeed ADL operation is staffed with 11 engineers and technicians, and has dedicated systems for laser ablation, cutting and welding. The Dayton site will focus on metal applications, while the Boston … Read More

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Laser Microfabrication Takes on Diagnostic Consumables: Part 2

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This article explains how lasers compare to traditional methods for fabricating diagnostic consumables. Resonetics SVP of Market Development, Glenn Ogura’s white paper explains how lasers compare to traditional methods for fabricating diagnostic consumables. The article highlights ultrafast laser processing and sequential and parallel laser processes. Read the Full Article

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From Advanced Lasers To Advanced Stents

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From advanced lasers to advanced stents: Femtosecond lasers create the next generation of bioresorbable stents. In the March issue of Medical Design & Outsourcing, Vice President of Advanced Technology, Sergey Broude discusses using femtosecond lasers to machine bioresorbable stents. The article can be found on page 46 of the digital edition. Read the Full Article

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How to Accelerate the Biosensor Revolution

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Biosensor technology is fueling an explosion in the amount of health-related data that is directly collected from the human body. These tiny, intricate devices can sit on top of the skin or deep within tissue or vasculature. The industry demands millions of sensors each year. As thebiosensor industry has evolved, laser micro manufacturing has emerged as a technology that enablesbiosensors … Read More