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Semiconductor  

Heat has become a major limiting factor in semiconductor evolution. Today’s high-performance designs require advanced, complex cooling devices in order to maximize performance and reliability. Miniaturization enables thermal engineers to build smaller, more effective cooling devices and put them closer to heat sources, so the semiconductor industry can continue its progress unabated.

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PERFORMANCE,
LESS SIZE AND WEIGHT

Aerospace  

Drones rely on gyroscopes and accelerometers to navigate great distances. These sophisticated mechanical sensors were once too large and heavy for use in a lightweight platform. Miniaturization allows engineers to provide this advanced performance in packages that are hundreds of times smaller, ensuring accuracy without compromising flight distance or functionality.

CREATE BETTER DEVICES,
ACHIEVE BETTER OUTCOMES

Medical Device  

Cerebral aneurysms are life-threatening abnormalities in the blood vessels of the brain. Today, physicians successfully treat aneurysms with micro-metal coils thinner than the diameter of a human hair.

3D PRINTING FLEXIBILITY AT A SEMICONDUCTOR SCALE

TECHNOLOGY  

Start with the design freedom of additive manufacturing. Add the extreme precision and high-volume production of semiconductor manufacturing. That’s innovation on an unprecedented scale.

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Company  

Time after time, scale has proven to be the key that unlocks new levels of performance — and new possibilities. Partner with us and quickly leverage the technology and expertise needed to design and build more robust, commercial components and devices that take advantage of our breakthroughs in scale and precision.

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WHAT'S NEW

DECEMBER 2, 2016 • Digital Engineering

Microfabrica: Mass Production at Millimeter Scale

The 40,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing space in Van Nuys, CA, looks like any other small fab, or computer chip fabrication plant. Although the equipment used for photolithography, electrodeposition and the rest are the same, the products created by Microfabrica are very different.

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NOVEMBER 28, 2016 • Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Special Report from DDW: 7 Cool New Gadgets Your GI Docs Will Love

In sunny San Diego, gastroenterologists from all over the country gathered at the annual Digestive Disease Week to learn about the latest tools and techniques for treating GI disorders.

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WHITE PAPER

MICA FREEFORM VS. SELECTIVE LASER MELTING

A white paper comparing the MICA Freeform process to selective laser melting.

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