Photochemical etching: A sound approach to precision speaker grille manufacture

Precision Micro’s market-leading photo etching services enables automotive OEMs to add aesthetic and functional advantages to their precision metal parts.

(Birmingham U.K., July 2018) Today, in the field of photochemical etching, Precision Micro is the leading European practitioner, and one of the world’s most cutting-edge and innovative suppliers of precision metal parts and components.

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Getting the Measure of Etching – Why You Shouldn’t Always Default to Stamping

(Birmingham, U.K. June 2018) When manufacturing components from metals there are numerous options available to design engineers, some traditional, some relatively new and innovative. However, when component characteristics are very precise, complex, and high degrees of accuracy are required, the number of viable production manufacturing processes is greatly reduced. For such applications industry typically defaults to stamping, but this may not always be the most suitable option.

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LDC BACKS £22.5M MBO OF PRECISION MICRO

LDC BACKS £22.5M MBO OF PRECISION MICRO

Europe’s marketing-leading photo-chemical etching firm secures investment from LDC for global growth drive

Mid-market private equity investor LDC has backed the £22.5m management buyout (MBO) of Precision Micro Limited, Europe’s market-leading photo-chemical etching company, from global aerospace, defence and energy group Meggitt PLC.

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Etched Titanium Implants and More from Precision Micro at Medtec Europe 2018

(Birmingham, U.K., February 2018) Precision Micro will return to Medtec Europe once again this April, seeing it as an ideal platform to showcase its market-leading photo chemical etching technology for medical devices.

Exhibiting from booth 9A40 at the Messe Stuttgart, 17-19 April 2018, attendees will see examples of the intricate and accurate metal parts Precision Micro produces for leading medical OEMs, including connectors, contacts, springs and meshes for hearing aids, medical implants, and instruments, including bone saws used for knee and hip surgery.

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ORBEL LAUNCHES NEW EMI/RFI PROTOTYPING SHIELD

Easton, PA (February 2018) – When it comes to EMI/RF Shielding, Orbel Corporation recognizes that engineers need the ability to access solutions in a timely manner. To help engineers prototype their board shields, Orbel has created  a new EMI/RFI Prototyping Shield, the EZ-Matrixx.

The EZ-Matrixx is a modular prototyping shield that can be easily formed into a square or rectangular board shield that matches the desired profile.

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Orbel Launches New Online Store

When it comes to EMI/RF Shielding, Orbel Corporation recognizes that engineers need the ability to access solutions in a timely manner. With that in mind, Orbel has launched a new, easy to use, online store with a unique selection of high quality products. Orbel’s store offers a wide range of EMI shielding products and custom board shield design capabilities, shipped directly from Orbel’s facility in the USA.

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Call for Presentations

PCMI Spring 2018 International Technical Conference

May 12 – 16, 2018

The PCMI Spring 2018 International Conference Committee is looking for speakers to make technical presentations. If you have an interesting program idea related to the photo chemical machining process, you are invited to submit an abstract proposal for consideration by the PCMI Spring 2018 Conference Committee.

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News from Precision Micro

Precision Micro, Europe’s market-leading supplier of photochemically etched components, has outlined plans to secure ISO 13485. The certification will allow the company to further develop its medical devices business and follows a €1 million investment in titanium etching technology.

Carl Smith, Precision Micro’s quality manager explained: “Precision Micro has adopted an approach to obtaining the relevant quality management system for each of the core high-value engineering markets it supplies.

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