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Medaxis debritom+

Reliable plastic connection for rapid wound healing

LaserMicronics safely joins the core of a medical device through high quality laser plastic welding

17/May/2019
The innovative micro water jet device debritom+ is a device for medical wound cleaning developed by leading medical technology engineers of CARAG AG. It is produced using state-of-the-art processes and promises particularly tissue-preserving wound cleansing and faster healing. The fact that the device can function in this optimal way is also due to laser technology.read more...

Dirk Rettschlag

PCB specialist joins LaserMicronics

Dirk Rettschlag contributes mechanical engineering know-how and PCB expertise

16/Aug/2018
LaserMicronics GmbH's new contact for customers of laser cutting and structuring services is Dirk Rettschlag - and he is already right on board.read more...

Thorne Lietz

Specialist in Cutting and Structuring by Laser

Thorne Lietz moves from LPKF to LaserMicronics

11/May/2016
There are actually only a few steps between the head office of LPKF Laser & Electronics AG and that of LaserMicronics. Thorne Lietz will take this short path in future when he leaves the LPKF PCB prototyping sales team to take over PCB laser services at LaserMicronics.read more...

Cleanroom for laser plastic welding

Cleanroom for laser plastic welding

LaserMicronics expands production spectrum

23/Nov/2015
The demand for high quality manufacturing services with the laser is constantly growing. LaserMicronics as a specialist for laser micromachining uses the good market climate to place additional production offers. In June, the laser plastic welding branch in Fuerth had already moved into new, modern administration and production facilities. Now a clean room went into operation to add more sophisticated plastic products.read more...

Robot Hand with a Sensitive Touch

Robot Hand with a Sensitive Touch

CITEC employs compact LDS component as a sensor array

20/May/2015
After several years of collaboration, a team of more than 200 scientists from various disciplines have achieved an important milestone: with the development of a tactile sensor in the shape of a fingertip made of a complex LDS component, artificial hands can learn to feel.read more...

 
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