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February 2016

Our world is getting smaller as design engineers create increasingly challenging, more complex parts that require ever-tighter tolerances. Read more

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On page 7 of “CMM International” Vol 8 No 7, Eduard Fassbind, CEO, Swisstec, stated in his article, “Perfect Stents”: “Stents – the origin of the name is unclear […].” Mr. Fassbind and your readers may be interested to learn of the origin, which I r Read more

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Pacific Swiss & Manufacturing Inc. is a niche company specialising in CNC Swiss and CNC Swiss micro/miniature machining, producing high-precision machined parts ranging in diameter from 0.15 mm to 25 mm. Read more

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Many years ago, my colleague Professor Peter Hines at Cardiff Business School led a bid to secure funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to establish an Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre. Read more

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The movement in the 21st century toward the development of emerging technology-based products to supplant traditional 20th century technologies Read more

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I want to thank the editor for the opportunity to write a column in CMM. Read more

We are now entering an era of flexible electronics, and one popular design approach for tolerating flexibility is to overlay rigid electronic components on a deformable substrate. Read more

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How deep, flat or wide, is your closed channel micro fluidics device after fabrication? A way to measure enclosed micro fluidics accurately and quickly. Read more

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The Manufacturing Metrology team at The University of Nottingham conduct fundamental research developing the next-generation of metrology tools for advanced manufacturing methods. Read more

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The Micro, Nano, and Emerging Technology Commercialization Education Foundation (MANCEF) is a global organisation and is extremely active throughout the technology centres of Asia. Read more

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Please note that article’s content is not exclusive and limited to future ‘MEMS Millionaires’. Many of its observations and strategies are applicable to any entrepreneurial/new business activities in all technology business commercialisation sectors. Read more

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