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T-Ink Inc., New York, offers a "thinking ink" technology that reportedly can replace physical switches, wire and sensors with printed components that create circuits without wires, as the company illustrated in a recent video animation of the process used to make an automobile overhead light.

Japanese machine tool builder Matsuura Machinery Inc. has introduced a machine designed for moldmakers that combines subtractive and additive processes: metalcutting and laser sintering.

Japanese machine tool builder Matsuura Machinery Inc. has introduced a machine designed for moldmakers that combines subtractive and additive processes: metalcutting and laser sintering.

MICROmanufacturing Senior Editor Alan Richter recently met with representatives from Dynomax Inc., Wheeling, Ill., to discuss the company's recent expansion. Dynomax, which is targeting the medical device market for growth, has added two new facilities in the past 2 years. The company's headquarters in Wheeling, Ill., and the new Lincolnshire, Ill., facility gives Dynomax four locations throughout the Northwest suburbs of Chicago.

MICROmanufacturing Senior Editor Alan Richter recently met with representatives from Dynomax Inc., Wheeling, Ill., to discuss the company's recent expansion. Dynomax, which is targeting the medical device market for growth, has added two new facilities in the past 2 years. The company's headquarters in Wheeling, Ill., and the new Lincolnshire, Ill., facility gives Dynomax four locations throughout the Northwest suburbs of Chicago.

Feb. 14, 2011—Since opening its doors in 1997, Indo-MIM has grown to become a leading global supplier of metal-injection-molded products. The company is headquartered in Bangalore, India, and has satellite offices in Princeton, N.J., and Stuttgart, Germany.

Feb. 14, 2011—Since opening its doors in 1997, Indo-MIM has grown to become a leading global supplier of metal-injection-molded products. The company is headquartered in Bangalore, India, and has satellite offices in Princeton, N.J., and Stuttgart, Germany.