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Pic - Arville

Pic - Arville

Bright future for MIM in medical
CMG Technologies is predicting a bright future for Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) in the medical sector with exciting growth opportunities available as new products are developed to cater for an increasingly aging population. 24 Apr 2017 - Engineering Capacity
Forming titanium for skull implants
The AFRC and Pascoe Engineering Ltd have combined their skills in sheet forming to help people with cranial injuries. 24 Oct 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Coatings supports smart implants
Cambridge advanced metal coating specialist, the Wallwork Group, is the joint lead for the next stage in development of a bio-active implant, Smart Spacer, which will counter post-operative infection following knee surgery. 07 Sep 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Faster machining on board at Richmond
Ilfracombe subcontract machinist, Richmond CNC, has installed its first 30-taper vertical machining centre to cope with a steep increase in medical and aerospace work. 31 Aug 2016 - Engineering Capacity
£150,000 lab brings business for ACE
Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE) has invested in a new state-of-the-art laboratory and new metrology department. 26 Aug 2016 - Engineering Capacity
ACE prepares for sales push
More than £250,000 is being invested in Advanced Chemical Etching’s largest ever sales drive, as it aims to smash £5m turnover by 2017. 13 Jul 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Bespoke textile for drug production
When GlaxoSmithKline required a high performance filtration fabric for use in drug manufacturing, technical textiles specialist Arville developed a bespoke product with electro-conductive properties. 06 Jul 2016 - Engineering Capacity
First MedAccred for Bodycote
Bodycote has received a critical process accreditation from MedAccred, making it the first company in Europe to obtain the award. 20 Jun 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Innovative incubator developed
Morgan Innovation & Technology has won a contract to design, develop and manufacture a new cost-effective, collapsible, portable baby incubator. 14 Jun 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Rapid route to market for X-ray product
Tharsus Group is helping EnXray commercialise an innovative X-ray medical sterilisation technology. 05 Jun 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Right diagnosis wins medical contract
DKW Engineering has won a long term medical industry contract by re-engineering the parts to machine them from bar rather than from a casting. 03 May 2016 - Engineering Capacity
Keeping surgery clean
Midas Pattern Company are moulding stylish cover sets for test machines that serve to verify the cleanliness of surgical instruments after disinfection. 29 Jan 2016 - Engineering Capacity
A backward glance can work wonders
Peter Smith, manager engineering solutions, at Plexus looks at achieving optimum efficiency for manufacturability in the highly regulated medical sector. 27 Oct 2015 - Engineering Capacity
Keeping up with the casters
Andover die-caster MRT Castings, which specialises in high value sectors including medical and aerospace, has invested in new machining centres that combines a large working envelope with rapid metal processing 27 Oct 2015 - Engineering Capacity
Profiles sit well with CareFlex
CareFlex, which manufactures specialist seating for people with healthcare needs has worked with Sapa Profiles to find an aluminium solution for a particularly complex product. 01 Sep 2015 - Engineering Capacity
Medical parts in hardened steel
Symmetry Medical Sheffield has installed two Hermle 5-axis machining centres to produce stainless steel components for a worldwide leader in musculoskeletal healthcare. 18 Feb 2015 - Engineering Capacity
Casting patterns make MRI safer
Midas Pattern Company made the casting pattern for components in a detection system that makes medical MRI scanning safer. 13 Jan 2015 - Engineering Capacity
The medical device design challenge
The explosion of new technologies in the modern healthcare sector, alongside the growing number of medical devices introduced into a patient’s home environment, is having a major impact on the way that devices are designed and delivered. 08 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity
3D printing cuts NHS surgery times
A medical 3D printing specialist, Replica 3DM, is helping 12 hospitals reduce both costs and surgical procedure times. 27 Aug 2014 - Engineering Capacity
Supporting new cancer treatment
Stainless Metalcraft is playing a key role in the development of a ground-breaking new treatment for cancer patients. 16 Jul 2014 - Engineering Capacity