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Micro Systems (UK) will be exhibiting at the following events

Medtec UK logo

MEDTEC UK
Stand W411, West Hall, Olympia
LONDON

The UK's leading event for medical device manufacturers

14 – 15 May 2014

 

COMPAMED Logo

COMPAMED
International Trade Fair
Düsseldorf
GERMANY

High tech solutions for medical technology

12 – 14 November 2014

 

MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA logo

MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA
Suntec
SINGAPORE

The Manufacturing Processes for Medical Technology Exhibition
Asia's flagship trade fair for the medtech and medical manufacturing sector

9 – 11 September 2014

 

gallery

Check out the Microsystems Gallery

Microsystems has added a new photo gallery to the website, featuring micro molded parts and images relating to micro molding. The gallery is all about showing you examples of our micromolding applications in a range of industries and markets.

 

Microsystems is participating in the following collaborative research projects in the field of microtechnology

Extended Life Microtooling by Advanced Coating Technology (ELMACT)

This is a UK project funded by the Technology Strategy Board and the EPSRC.

Aim: Extending the life and enabling the re-use of microtooling through the use of advanced surface treatments and coatings.

Partners:
Teer Coatings Limited
The University of Manchester
Rainford Precision
GF AgieCharmilles
Rolls Royce plc
Micro Systems (UK) Limited

 

Cotech

Converging Technologies for Micro Systems Manufacturing (COTECH)

This is a European Framework 7 (FP7) project funded by the European Commission, and comprising of 25 European Organisations including SME's, industrial leaders, research centres, universities, and service organisations.

website: http://www.fp7-cotech.eu/

Aim: Converging technologies and developing hybrid solutions by following the vision of desktop or micro factories for the production of polymer-based micro-mechanical components and systems.

 

 

FP6  

Micro-Technologies for Re-Launching European Machine Manufacturing (LAUNCH-MICRO)

Microsystems has recently concluded work in this collaborative research project.

Funded by the European Commission under the Framework 6 (FP6) programme, and comprising 27 organisations for 6 different countries.
Concluded in December 2009.

website: http://www.launch-micro.org/

 

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