Envision Plastics Expert Announces New NMR Technology in Its Production Which Affects Fabrication Markets Worldwide
New NMR Technology (No Molds Required) is a technology Envision Plastics and Design uses to manufacture custom plastic panels, plastic electronic enclosures, displays and other plastic parts with no tooling or molds. NMR fits lower volume production needs which are the same volume levels as precision sheet metal fabricators typically are.
White Bear Lake, MN (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
When defining markets, companies first typically choose to enter the consumer market or B2B market – and sometimes both. Then they further identify a more specific customer base by industry – Medical, Agricultural Equipment, Telecommunications/Web, Defense, Automotive, etc. What determines these labels or the decision on what markets to sell within is driven by what type of product they manufacture or service they offer. Fortunately, for worldwide customers of custom fabricated plastic products, Envision Plastics’ new NMR Technology appeals to all of the above.
Let’s start by looking at some select industries. Envision Plastics new NMR Technology caters to lower volume projects so it makes it an ideal fit for many industries, such as the medical industry. Non-Implantable medical diagnostic devices are typically manufactured in lower quantities. This makes it a great fit to design new devices with this no molds required plastics fabrication technology. It has been utilized by GE Medical Systems (Milwaukee, WI), Boston Scientific (Natick, MA), and Medical Graphics Corporation (Shoreview MN).
The new NMR technology also plays a role in the communications field worldwide with customers such as Pantel International (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia) who use plastic table top mounted control devices, Critical Alert Systems in Jacksonville, Florida who makes medical phone console equipment for hospital use, and AC Global who uses NMR produced electronic enclosures for transportation communication devices in Trail, British Columbia.
Agriculture is another market NMR has now reached internationally. In Winnipeg, Manitoba, electronic enclosures are used in growth chambers to house electronics. Sometimes NMR is applied to parts other than enclosures. Such as the plastic mounting brackets purchased by Shaver Manufacturing in Graettinger, IA.
Lastly, the NMR technology has been utilized in government work such as in survey equipment manufactured my McMullen Nolan in Australia – Now that’s global reach! It goes to show that new NMR Technology is a very versatile technology that can be applied to most every industry, most everywhere.
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