CGTEC will be present at the Diagnostic& medical device B4B connection in Besançon, FRANCE, March, 24th at 11 a.m.
Microfluidics plates manufacturing out of injection molding.
We are pleased to inform that CG.TEC injection will present a conference on the micro-fluidics plates manufacturing this month in Besançon.
You can meet Ms. Flipo at 11 a.m., Pôle des Microtechniques building.
CG.TEC has acquired a vision measurement system in addition to the Coordinate Measurement Machine already in place in the quality lab.
This auto-focus 3D measurement machine presents 3 main advantages in operation:
“It was necessary to invest in quality assurance and keep in touch with the most recent technology, all the more as a growing number of parameters need to be checked. We are now in a position to offer comprehensive inspection methods for demanding parts.”
David PARIS, quality manager.
CG.Tec has recently introduced a laser source on an injection-molding line.
The project dates back to the late 2000’s, when CG.Tec identified substantial cost savings for the customer.
Francis Pichot, automation manager, explains the concept:
“Once injected the parts are unloaded through a gripping hand. As their orientation is known, introducing an additional operation does not require extra effort. The cycle time remains unchanged: the part is marked while another one is being injected.
If considered as individual steps, parts undergoing further operations need to be orientated through vibratory bowls, which always represent significant investments and is time demanding. Integrating extra processes on a production line is therefore not only cost effective but also reduces the lead time.
This concept attracts more and more customers, who identify CG.Tec not only for the know-how in tool-making and injection-molding, but also in process integration.