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International companies showcase their innovations at Medical Manufacturing Asia in Singapore

21.06.2016

Singapore is the door to enter the Asian markets because it offers the unique chance to get in contact with potential customers and suppliers from Japan, China, Taiwan and Korea at the same time.

From August 31 to September 2, 2016, the MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA (MMA), a specialist trade show for medical manufacturing, will again take place in Singapore, co-located to MEDICAL FAIR ASIA. For manufacturers and suppliers, this marketplace provides a perfect business platform to present the latest innovations, products and services and network with an international yet targeted audience.


Semi-automated Sub-Micron Die Bonder

Finetech GmbH&Co.KG


MicroSystems UK Ltd

The main topics of MMA are, for example, innovations from micro- and nanotechnology like modules and components for medical technology, lab-on-a-chip technology, inspection equipment and testing services as well as assembly, automation and production technology. Process technology, biocompatible materials, coating and functional surfaces play also an important role.

After successful participations in 2012 and 2014, the IVAM Microtechnology Network again presents a joint pavilion.

Finetech GmbH & Co. KG is a leading German manufacturer of high-precision assembly equipment used in R&D, prototyping and production of modules and components for medical technology. The manual to fully-automatic FINEPLACER systems offer maximum technological flexibility for demanding applications at chip, module and wafer level.

This includes the assembly and packaging of medical imaging sensors like direct semiconductor or scintillator detectors, biocompatible sensors, Parallel-Plate Flow Chambers, Lab-on-a-Chip and Chip-on-Flex applications, PDMS stamps as well as optical and optoelectronic components.

Microsystems Engineering Solutions is part of the Microsystems group of companies that specializes in design, manufacture and validation of ultra-precision multi-cavity injection molds and micro molds for the medical, pharmaceutical and optical markets. The company is a technology provider of complete solutions that includes high-volume multi-cavity molding systems as well as micro-molding systems and manufacturer of high-accuracy plastic micro medical components. Microsystems is certified to ISO 9001 & ISO13485.

Specialty Coating Systems (SCS) is a world leader in Parylene conformal coating services and technologies with over 40 years of experience and 11 coating facilities. SCS Parylene offers biocompatible and lubricious surfaces, excellent moisture, chemical and dielectric barrier protection for applications in the medical, electronics, automotive and military industries. SCS is developing the ideal coating solutions customized for the application.

Weitere Informationen:

http://www.ivam.com

Mona Okroy-Hellweg | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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