Lasers have gained a great deal of attention in the media recently due to their delicate and intricate use in life-saving operations, eye-repair procedures and plastic surgeries. Along with this is the increased demand for laser micromanufacturing and engineering of medical parts such as heart stents, heart valves and pacemakers to meet the health and surgical demands of an aging population. —
"In today's modern medical operating rooms, there's no end to the surgical advantages of lasers and the parts micromachined using lasers," explains Laser Light Technologies CEO Frank Hanaan, an industry leader in laser-based contract manufacturing. "Today's medical devices require more precision and reliability than ever. There is no room for flaws when a person's life is in the balance. That's why medical device companies constantly turn to us for our expertise in drilling and cutting complex geometries in medical grade tubing for catheters, cannula, needles, angioplasty balloons and stents from stainless steel, nitinol, molybdenum, titanium and bioabsorbable materials for use in surgical procedures, implant devices and instrumentation."
With the aging population, the increase in laser usage for both surgeries and micromachining the parts required for these surgeries is expected to only increase. The elderly population, those over 65 years of age, equaled about 46.2 million in 2014, representing approximately 14.5% of the U.S. population. Industry experts suggest that by 2060, America will see 98 million people over the age of 65, more than twice the number seen in 2014.
To keep up with the medical parts demands, Laser Light Technologies, Inc., the industry leader in high-tech, laser-based contract manufacturing and engineering,- recently announced the launch of their new website www.laserlight.com. According to Hanaan, "Technology is ever changing and it's our job to make medical device companies aware of the many capabilities and solutions our firm can deliver to help them achieve project success. Competition in the marketplace demands that device manufacturers source specialty components from reliable and cost-efficient manufacturers. Our new website showcases our medical expertise as well as other industries, materials, capabilities and technologies in the best possible light, allowing our customers to easily find the information they need to make informed decisions."
Hanaan encourages any organization specializing in medical devices, life sciences or microelectronics, to visit the new Laser Light Technologies website to learn more and to request a project quote.
About Laser Light Technologies, Inc.:
Laser Light Technologies, Inc. is a high-tech laser-based contract manufacturing and engineering firm with a reputation for being a highly responsive solutions provider for clients. Their expertise is in the hands and minds of their engineers and technical staff. They have the capabilities (and utilize the most technically advanced laser systems) for everything from micro drilling holes in plastic for industrial printers to precision fabrication of life-saving medical devices.
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