Metrigraphics to Highlight Bio Sensor Component Capabilities at BIOMEDevice in San Jose

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Massachusetts micro component manufacturer utilizes its core technologies of photo lithography, electroforming and thin film processing to make a variety of components for this industry.

We have noble metals for all applications and can enable sensors with feature sizes as small as 2-3 microns.

High aspect ratio micromechanical components and electroformed apertures (≥ 3 micron) for micro-nozzles and orifice plates used in dispensing applications are just two examples of the specialties that Metrigraphics LLC will feature at BIOMEDevice, December 4-5 in San Jose.

The Wilmington, MA-based micro component manufacturer expects its ability to produce bio sensor components to be of major interest to exhibit visitors, Metrigraphics President Randolph J. Sablich said.

“Sensor components can be used in sensors that can be implantable, hand held or free standing, or equipment based,” he said. “We have noble metals for all applications and can enable sensors with feature sizes as small as 2-3 microns.”

Metrigraphics’ capabilities include:

  • High Density Flexible Circuits with 5-micron traces and spaces that allow medical product designers to produce devices such as communicating transmitters and ultrasonic transducers used directly in intra-vascular, subcutaneous or implantable devices
  • Electroforming to fabricate complex planar micro-structures used in instrumentation as well as micro nozzles and orifice plates
  • Precision Measurement and Control Components for control, test, and measurement applications in medical and analytical instrumentation (e.g. spectrometers or analyzers)
  • Thin Film coating and Ion Beam Milling Services for etching patterns in submounts

BIOMEDevice attendees can visit Metrigraphics at Booth# 416 at the San Jose Convention Center to learn more about its precision manufacturing capabilities and services.

Or visit the company’s website to learn more about its medical device capabilities.

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