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Manufacturing and services related products


Fabrisonic adds rotary access, expanding from 3D orthogonal to axis printing

Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer of ultrasonic additive manufacturing machines and 3D metal printing, adds rotary access to their SonicLayer 7200. The in-house machine is the largest of three machines developed by Fabrisonic, and is used to make parts for customers in industries such as aerospace, automotive and military applications.

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LPKF opens Korean service and sales subsidiary


On 1 April 2014 LPKF will open a service and sales subsidiary office in Seoul, Korea, which will be just in time to complement the company’s participation at the SMT/PCB & Nepcon Korea Trade Show that takes place in the city from 2 to 4 April.

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Bringing Rapid Prototyping In-House

Whenever time to market is critical, rapid prototyping can produce a first draft of a new product that allows testing, evaluation, and further refinement of the product idea, which helps a company more quickly and cost-effectively transform early concepts into marketable products. At the same time, for concepts that may not make practical products, rapid prototyping can spare a company further investment time and expenses by revealing the product's flaws at an early stage of the development process.

The Advantages of Outsourcing Your RF/Microwave Assembly to an Onshore Contractor

Shifting landscapes suggest RF/Microwave companies keep manufacturing closer to home. The outsourcing decision for RF/Microwave (RF/MW) companies, however, has a unique set of circumstances when compared to conventional digital electronics.


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