Tag: medical device inspection

Online Tubing Thickness Measurement

Lumetrics is the leader in online tubing thickness measurement systems for the ophthalmic, glass, and medical device market.  Our engineering team has developed a new fixture that eliminates the problems of line sensitivity that give all online systems trouble.  The new fixturing provides for easy loading and accommodates line changeovers to different size tubing. Water… Read more »

Measurement of Bioresorbable Stents

Metal stents have been available since 1988.  Through the 1990’s, stents went through numerous iterations, incorporating different metals and coatings.  As the medical products industry moved through the 2000’s, the use of bioresorbable stents became the newest innovation.  And, it is a tremendous innovation. Through the use of bioresorbable stents, physicians are able to reduce… Read more »

Medical Design Briefs Features Lumetrics Article: Non-Contact, Light-based Measurements for Medical Balloons and Catheters

One of the most prevalent measurement devices in a medical balloon or catheter manufacturing facility is the micrometer gauge. It is simple and inexpensive. But, this measurement technique is subject to a high degree of operator variability. Another limitation is that it measures total thickness only, and not the actual individual wall thickness. Furthermore, a micrometer compresses the measured part, and must, by design, come into contact with the material. The micrometer does not provide engineers with the precise and detailed information they need to develop and improve production processes. What other issues are there?

Tested Samples: Critical Adhesive Thickness Measurement

Sometimes the simplest things cause the biggest problems, especially when it comes to adhesive thickness measurement.  Whether it’s tablet computers, cell phones, medical devices, or other products, the thickness of an adhesive layer can be critical.  Read more.

Thickness Measurement Files: 7 Things We Can Measure

Lumetrics applies their technology to a wide variety of thickness measurement applications.  Here are 7 things we can measure: 1) Absorbable Stents – Read a great article on how a New Standard Focuses on Testing of Absorbable Stents  2. Food Packaging Thickness Measurement Applications– We can make sure your food packaging is of the highest quality, meets… Read more »

Lumetrics Expands on National Science Foundation Research to Develop Revolutionary Tissue-measurement System

Rochester, New York (PRWEB) February 05, 2014 Even though tissue from animals is often used to manufacture artificial heart valves and other medical organs for the human body, manufacturers often rely on antiquated methods to inspect such tissue. The thickness of this tissue is critical to how these organs function, yet, too often, manufacturers use… Read more »

MD&M West 2014

Lumetrics, Inc. will be exhibiting at the MD&M West 2014 trade show and exhibition on February 11th-13th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.  Their booth (#2043) is located in the quality section of the show. Make sure to stop by their booth to learn more about the latest product acquisition from WaveFront Sciences,… Read more »

Lumetrics Acquisition: Assets to improve quality control for lenses; to open market for new scientific apps.

Rochester, New York, July 10, 2012 – Lumetrics Inc. announced today that it is acquiring key assets of the former WaveFront Sciences Company from Abbott.  This business transaction will allow Lumetrics to expand its repertoire of services and grow its business substantially. Lumetrics, begun in Rochester in 2003, is known for its OptiGauge system, which is… Read more »

Lumetrics, Inc. To Expand, With Move To New Facilities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rochester, NY- April 7, 2011- Lumetrics, Inc., a leading manufacturer of world-class measurement technology, is on the move. Lumetrics is expanding its operation with a move to a new facility at Eagle’s Landing, in Henrietta, on May 15. In its eighth year of operation, Lumetrics has seen significant growth and has outgrown… Read more »