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Resonetics Expands With Aduro Acquisition

BioPhotonics
Oct 2017
NASHUA, N.H. — Laser micromachining company Resonetics is expanding its capability in medical device production with the acquisition of California’s Aduro Laser.

The heat-sensitive biomaterial nitinol is widely used in medical devices, but must be precisely micromachined with ultrashort-pulsed lasers to minimize heat transfer.
The heat-sensitive biomaterial nitinol is widely used in medical devices, but must be precisely micromachined with ultrashort-pulsed lasers to minimize heat transfer. Courtesy of Trumpf Group.

Aduro laser processes tubular components for medical applications.It manufactures a wide variety of medical devices, including neurovascular and cardiovascular stents and catheters, heart valve components, and intravascular imaging devices.

The move follows Resonetics’ late-2015 acquisition of the Mound Laser and Photonics Center in Ohio, which offered laser micromachining services – including femtosecond pulse technology – for micromachining of various kinds of stents and implants.

Founded in 1987, Resonetics already boasts some 75 laser systems, located across its five clean rooms and four “Lightspeed” application development laboratories. The acquisition will see Aduro change its name to Resonetics.


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