Design Components

  1. Thermally Compensated Proportional Valves: VSO® Low Flow Series

    Parker Hannifin’s VSO® Low Flow Valves are designed to offer enhanced flow control for applications where flow is required to be between 0 – 500 sccm. These thermally compensated miniature proportional valves provide precise flow control of gases in proportion to the input current, and can be controlled with either DC current or pulse width modulation along with closed loop feedback to deliver optimal system performance.

  2. Classify Samples In Real-Time: Unscrambler X Classification Engine

    Run classification models directly from your analytical instrument with the Unscrambler X Classification Engine.

  3. Precision-Aligned Xenon Light Sources: PAX Family
    Excelitas Technologies’ PAX Family of Precision-Aligned Xenon Light Sources offers OEM customers "plug-and-play," pre-aligned and calibrated pulsed Xenon Light Engine Modules. These compact, precision-aligned Xenon light engine modules generate light over a continuous spectrum from ultraviolet to infrared and are ideally suited to a wide range of clinical diagnostics, invitro diagnostics, life sciences, drug discovery, proteomics, and analytical instrumentation applications.
  4. CNC Turning Capabilities

    The Proto Labs CNC turning process is capable of producing custom prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as one day and is best used for creating parts with cylindrical features, as well as parts with axial and radial holes, flats, grooves, and shots.

  5. DC Gearmotors
    MicroMo Electronics’ offers three types of DC gearmotors. A flat coreless DC motor with a plastic, spur gearhead, a flat brushless DC motor with a plastic, spur gearhead, and a sensorless brushless DC motor with Ø3mm and Ø5mm diameters with a plastic, planetary gearhead. All three types of gearmotors differ from conventional, iron rotor DC motors in their coreless winding construction.
  6. PTI Tooling And Mold Design

    Having a good mold design is critical for delivering a capable, high quality product. Each part design is unique and has its own list of requirements, so one-size-fits-all mold build concepts will not make the cut. With over thirty years of experience in tooling and mold design, PTI’s team of skilled designers have helped pave the way in delivering mold designs and parts that continuously meet and exceed their requirements.

  7. New Product Development for Silicone Medical Devices and Assemblies

    ProMed’s Rapid Prototype Department and Technical Center allows them to focus on developing new silicone-based medical devices and assemblies quickly and efficiently. Prototyping gives their customers engineering samples to get a feel for what’s been designed before production, and their technical center makes prototypes that are or can be fully validated.

  8. Ceramic Core Aluminum Nitride (ALN)

    Aluminum nitride (ALN) is a hard, dense, non-porous, high purity substrate. It offers excellent thermal conductivity and uniformity, superior moisture and chemical resistance, excellent size and shape capability, a precise and repeatable pattern, and distributed wattage.

  9. Micro Molding Medical Grade Materials

    ProMed offers micro molding services for both long-term and short-term implantable medical device components, making parts as small as .002g and shot sizes up to 3g. They have experience with a variety of medical-grade plastic materials (thermoplastics) such as EVA, PSU, PLA, PLGA, PEEK, Filled PEEK, and Ultem. They also work with Polycarbonate, ABS, and Pebax.

  10. Drug Delivery Device Prototyping Solutions

    Being able to create prototype injection molded components and assemblies quickly gives product developers a critical competitive edge.