This Week In Brief: June 29, 2010

June 29, 2010

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This Week In Brief: June 29, 2010

Humphrey Products (Kalamazoo, MI) has received ISO 13485:2003 certification in addition to its continued accreditation of ISO 9001 status. The company fabricates pneumatic valves and actuators for the medical device manufacturing market.


Engineered manufacturing solutions provider MGS Mfg. Group (Germantown, WI) has achieved ISO 13485:2003 certification at its Antioch, IL, cleanroom facility. The company says that this achievement, along with the construction of a Class 8 cleanroom at its headquarters, demonstrates its commitment to serving the medical device market. 


Measurement and inspection specialist Hexagon Metrology Inc. (North Kingstown, RI) has announced the official opening of, an e-commerce portal for the United States that offers online purchase of training classes, parts, and accessories for metrology systems. The store includes convenient purchasing of PC-DMIS and GD&T training class seats by date and location, a complete line of Tesa and Renishaw Styli products, CMM fixturing kits from R&R and Rayco, and Leica Geosystems laser tracker parts and accessories.  

Tegra Medical (Franklin, MA), a provider of contract manufacturing and assembly services to the medical device industry, has acquired a manufacturing operation in San Jose, Costa Rica, from Penn United Technologies Inc. The 20,000 sq-ft  facility is equipped for metal working capabilities along with electrical discharge machining, precision grinding, turning, milling, waterjet, stamping, and assembly operations. The company plans to add Swiss machining and a Class 7-controlled manufacturing environment for assembly and packaging during the next several months, as well as submitting for ISO 13485:2003 and  ISO 9001:2008 certification.

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