Precision machining - Lowell Inc.

March 4, 2010
Precision-machining converts 3D solid models into finished parts.
Precision-machining converts 3D solid models into finished parts. Capabilities include engineering support; CNC turning, milling, EDM, and laser marking; turnkey and clean-room assembly; and testing to the submicron level. Machining and assembly expertise covers materials such as titanium, stainless, Kovar, and Inconel, as well as PEEK and Ultem. Typical products include medical devices such as orthopaedic implants, mechanical circulatory valves, and vascular components. Other markets include defense and aerospace, as well as emerging areas such as nanotechnology, alternative energy, and robotics.Lowell Inc., 9425 83rd Ave. N, Minneapolis, MN 55445, (763) 425-3355,

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