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Precision Coating to Showcase Next Generation Coating Deposition Technology at MD&M West Show in Anaheim, California
Date:1/10/2013

Dedham, Mass. (PRWEB) January 10, 2013

Precision Coating Company, Inc. is proud to announce that they will be attending the MD&M West show in Anaheim, California from the 12th to the 14th of February 2013, and will be located at Booth 2193. Precision Coating will showcase its Generation II Teflon®/PTFE coating deposition technology (Gen II) for medical device wire.

Precision Coating’s Gen II production line uses state of the art automation and computer controls to elevate the science of coating deposition. The automation unit is housed in its new medical device coating facility located in Boston. Gen II technology provides consistent coating deposition targeting 0.0001” coating thicknesses (2.5 microns) and coating tolerances along a wire of +/- .000025” (.635 microns). The facility allows for a highly controllable environment and process conditions that deliver six-sigma results. Precision Coating is successfully converting customers from manual processes to the Gen II system. To learn more about Precision’s next generation coating deposition technology visit them at booth #2193 at the Medical Device and Manufacturing Expo in Anaheim.

“At Precision Coating we continue to stay ahead and find new ways of improving the coating process used in medical device manufacturing. We are excited to announce and discuss our next generation coating deposition technology face-to-face with attendees,” according to Robert DeAngelis, President of Precision Coating.

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