IncisionTech Moves to New Manufacturing Facility

February 25, 2010

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IncisionTech Moves to New Manufacturing Facility

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IncisionTech's new facility will house the company's needle technologies manufacturing operations.

IncisionTech (Staunton, VA) has completed its move to a new facility in Cranston, RI. With a staff of more than 110 employees, the production facility will house the company's needle technologies manufacturing operations.The site replaces the old Lincoln, RI, Popper building, expanding the company's needle manufacturing space by 60% and doubling its capacity. In conjunction with the move, the company has also introduced its Adrenaline rapid prototyping response service.IncisionTech's new facility includes a dedicated machining center with 11 state-of-the-art Swiss screw machines. Its machining capabilities include tolerances to 10 µm, modular tooling configurations, thread whirling, hob milling, helical and cylindrical turning, and live tooling. It can process brass, stainless steel, titanium, PEEK, ceramic, and other materials.

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