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June 2015

MEMS are defined as micro electromechanical systems made using microfabrication techniques. The critical physical dimensions of MEMS devices can vary from submicrons to several millimeters. Read more

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A look at the extended applications for deep silicon etch technology Read more

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MEMS standards are a critical success factor in the commercialisation process of MEMS and are applicable and needed in its many steps. Read more

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Swiss group FEMTOPRINT is a specialist in 3D printing for glass microdevices. In this special article, the group discusses some of the most successful medical applications to use the technology. Read more

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When we look at the evolution of modern manufacturing processes, it can be seen that digital fabrication has allowed them to become more and more automated. Read more

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Stimulating innovation in medical product design Read more

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The Basics for Successful Component Manufacturing Read more

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Micro mould manufacturer Microsystems UK has invested in a new site dedicated to high precision micro injection mould parts. Read more

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Market needs from micromachining are becoming more demanding as parts shrink in size, tolerances tighten and new hard-to-machine materials are introduced. Read more

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We live in an incremental world. Very few things in technology are truly revolutionary, no matter how hard the marketing people might like to convince us otherwise. Read more

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Let me start with apologies for the flippancy of my previous column (“How (not) to lead an organisation”, CMM Vol 8 No 2). Read more

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We are living in a world where products are made, consumed and disposed of or recycled faster than any other time in history. Read more