SIMPLY STATED: laser machining is the core competency of our business.
We have developed specific programming methodologies that enable us to efficiently laser cut designs that our competition cannot process. Whether your design is an intricate, tight tolerance, fragile part or a tube with a few features with wide tolerances, you can be assured we can make cost effective part in prototype and production quantities.
ELECTROPOLISHING REMOVES surface imperfections while creating a thin, uniform oxide layer that improves both biocompatibility and corrosion resistance.
This finishing process is recommended for permanently implantable medical devices such as stents and filters due to its excellent corrosion resistance properties.
LASER WELDING is the process of joining metal parts using infrared laser energy.
The parts are fixtured so that they can be fused together in a non-contact manner. This process does not use filler metals and is done in an inert atmosphere, so that impurities are not introduced into the finished assembly. Laser welding is a very effective method for joining thin-walled tubular components used in medical devices.
MICROBLASTING is used to clean, texture and deburr small parts and hard-to-reach areas. Microblasting is a method of removing both the oxide layer and the remelt that occurs during laser cutting.
The microblasting equipment utilizes a very fine dry-abrasive powder which is propelled by compressed air through a small nozzle onto the surface to be processed. A variety of media types and sizes are available to provide the desired surface roughness
PULSE SYSTEMS offers cleanroom assembly as a value-added service to our customers.
Within our cleanroom facility, we can provide a wide range of mechanical assembly capabilities such as laser welding, microjoining, crimping, and bonding.
We offer tooling and fixture design and fabrication to facilitate start-up and expansion of your production.