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In Brief


In Brief

A partnership between a printer company and an embedded connectivity products firm has yielded both wired and wireless network printing capabilities. Coupling a print server by silex technology america (Tustin, CA; with the Smart Label line of printers by Seiko Instruments USA (Torrance, CA; converts the machines into shared resources across a network… Fotofab (Chicago;, a supplier of photochemically machined precision thin-metal parts, has added nitinol and zirconium fabrication capabilities… Precision measuring tool and equipment supplier The L.S. Starrett Co. (Athol, MA; has acquired Tru-Stone Technologies (Waite Park, MN;, a provider of custom-engineered granite machine bases and accessories… A manufacturer of precision parts and surgical components now offers a cleanroom division. The Class 10,000 cleanroom enables Peridot Corp. (Pleasanton, CA; to provide assembly, testing, and packaging of both sterile and nonsterile devices to customers… In response to increasing demand, an engineering and contract manufacturing firm specializing in complex electromechanical medical instruments has opened a new facility. Aubrey Group Inc. (Irvine, CA; will use the 30,000-sq-ft facility to support its development and manufacture of such products as blood collection and separation devices, infusion pumps, implantable sensors, and centrifugal blood pumps… All American Semiconductor Inc. (Miami; has signed a global distribution agreement with Bear Power Supplies (Phelps, NY; and will market, stock, and distribute the company’s line of rugged miniature ac-dc power convertors.

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