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Pic - Arville

Pic - Arville

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
Wiring keeps vaccines safe
Hayakawa UK has manufactured wire harnesses for a refrigeration system that ensures the safe storage of vaccines throughout the world. 16 Jul 2014 - Engineering Capacity