Wire Technologies

Wire Technologies Now Offering Wire EDM Machining for Medical Device Manufacturing


Boca Raton, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/20/2015 -- Designing a prototype for a medical device can be a stressful and time-consuming project. In comparison to conventional machining methods, Wire Technologies is pleased to announce they are using their innovative Wire EDM machining for the manufacturing and machining of medical devices. The medical industry sets forth distinct and precise specifications for their parts, and Wire EDM machining is a more cost-effective, as well as a more precise technique for machining parts over conventional methods.

As a leading precision and CNC machine shop in South Florida, Wire Technologies is dedicated to providing their clients with the highest quality of prototypes that are produced exactly as envisioned. The company operates out of a state-of-the-art facility where they are able to manufacture a new medical device or repair and update an existing product for complete satisfaction.

Through their Wire Electrical Discharge Machining, the company uses a brass wire to cut through any material. Being one of the trusted CNC machine shops in South Florida, the company utilizes two different sized Sodick Wire EDM machines that allow for tight tolerances for any part to be cut and manufactured.

For any questions that arise concerning their manufacturing process, please reach out to the company. They communicate with their clients throughout the manufacturing process, and operate with a punctual turnover time for complete satisfaction. Their high efficiency technological solutions ensure all devices are manufactured to the highest of standards. Please contact the company to receive a quote for a project of any size.

About Wire Technologies
Wire Technologies operates out of a 5,000 square foot facility in Boca Raton, Florida, where they are a full service EDM machining shop. As every industry has different requirements for machine cutting, Wire Technologies serves medical fields, military, aerospace, metal stamping, energy, oil & gas, and many more. They are located less than one mile off of Interstate 95, offering CNC capabilities (in addition to EDM Machining). They work with their customers for complete satisfaction, servicing one part or many parts, no job is too big or small. With their facility, they can repair products, enhance existing products, or design new products.

For more information, please visit http://www.wire-tech.org/