The LK Special Assistance Program includes promotions and special terms on products and services for medical manufacturers during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts global supply chains, the company says the ability to additively manufacture large, previously forged parts may be of particular advantage.
The NCATC supports a higher education and industry network that promotes advanced technology applications in workforce development programs and services.
The plug-and-play monitoring platform is said to support social distancing and remote work through automated data collection, monitoring and analytics.
Facilities shifting to medical device manufacturing in the wake of COVID-19 are eligible for a discount on cutters and inserts.
Funding will be awarded to Manufacturing USA institutes, a network of public-private partnerships that work on R&D and manufacturing skills training.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, AIMS is shifting its machining and metrology capabilities to the manufacture of medical parts.
The content has been expanded by nearly 100 pages in the 31st edition, offering close to 3,000 pages.
Doctors, hospitals and organizations in need of medical devices as well as designers and service providers with medically certified printing capacities can now register for free access to the Siemens AM Network.
“My father started his business out of our house in California, with boxes of toolholders stacked up on the washing machine,” recalls President and CEO Stewart Bachmann.