Product Showcase

  1. Portable Laser Beam Splitter For Small Beam Diameters: Ophir® LBS-300s

    The new Ophir® LBS-300s from the Ophir brand is a compact, portable laser beam splitter ideally suited for handling small beam diameters (up to 15 mm) over a wide range of powers (10 mW to 400 W). The instrument is designed with a shorter distance from the input surface to the camera array to accommodate finding focus spots with shorter working distances. Ideal applications include micromachining, microwelding, and medical device manufacturing.

  2. Wireless Network Surveillance System

    The new wireless network surveillance system from Corry Micronics comprises the RFMS-2x8*8 8 Channel Matrix with a Probe Port and two CMIATT-4CH-200W 100 W Attenuator banks. It is capable of a range of configurations ranging from one port to over 48 ports. The 8-channel RF matrix switch is designed with a probe/test port where the signal analysis occurs. The 8-channel switch is bi-directional enabling testing in both directions. System frequencies can be customized to the end user’s specifications.

  3. RF Switched Filter Banks

    RF switched filter banks have several advantages over separate component designs. These switched filter banks are compact because of the integrated RF filter and switch technology. Another key advantage is improved electrical performance obtained by the combining of technologies. Most often the filter banks are controlled by TTL signals which is very common in the RF industry.

  4. Overmolding And Insert Molding Capabilities

    Proto Labs offers rapid overmolding and insert molding capabilities to produce parts from a range of thermoplastic and liquid silicone rubber materials for on-demand production, bridge tooling, pilot rune, and rapid prototyping needs. With the utilization of aluminum molds that offer cost-effective tooling, prototypes and on-demand production parts may be produced in as fast as 15 days.

  5. Direct Metal Laser Sintering Capabilities

    Proto Labs’ Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) process is an industrial 3D printing process that is ideally used for prototyping in production-grade materials, functional, end-use parts, and for reducing metal components in an assembly. These fully functional metal prototypes and production parts can be created in 7 days or less.

  6. Multi Jet Fusion Capabilities

    Proto Labs offers Multi Jet Fusion, a 3D printing process that uses commercial-grade unfilled Nylon 12 material to produce functional nylon prototypes and end-use production parts requiring consistent isotropic mechanical properties, and those with complex and organic geometries with fine features. Final production parts can be available in as fast as one day.

  7. CNC Turning Capabilities

    The Proto Labs CNC turning process is capable of producing custom prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as one day and is best used for creating parts with cylindrical features, as well as parts with axial and radial holes, flats, grooves, and shots.

  8. CNC Milling Capabilities

    The Proto Labs CNC milling process is a subtractive manufacturing process that utilizes multiple toolsets based on efficient cutters for a specific plastic or metal material. A machine will then rapidly mill parts out of the block with either 3- or 5-axis milling. Custom prototypes and end-use production parts can be created in as fast as one day.

  9. Battelle NeuroLife™ Neural Bypass Technology

    Battelle has developed a breakthrough technology that empowers paralyzed patients to regain conscious control of their fingers, hand and wrist. The Battelle NeuroLife Neural Bypass Technology skips damaged areas of the nervous system to allow the brain to communicate directly with muscles.

  10. Maxon Motor Control

    The maxon motor control program offers a variety of servo amplifiers designed for controlling the fast reacting maxon DC and EC motors. The function of the speed servo amplifier is to keep the prescribed motor speed constant and independent of load changes. Features for these controllers include built-in additional inductance for operation with low-inductance motors, high PWM frequencies greater than 50 kHz, and high efficiency.