Custom Cables and Preclinical Research Components
Roanoke, VA - To promote innovation, engineering, design and technology, PlasticsOne. is thrilled to announce funding of sponsorship awards at the 2015 VT KnowledgeWorks Student Business Concept Competitions. The Global Challenge Semifinals in April allows Virginia Tech student teams to compete for prizes, where the grand prize winner will advance to the August finals and compete on a world stage in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA.....continue
If you’re wondering what to order for an Electrophysiology study we can help. First, how many channels are you planning on working with? Our standards are: two, three or six. If you need any additional channels we offer custom options.
In the past, prototyping parts were typically outsourced, expensive and a time consuming service to offer. Luckily, technology and 3D printing have revolutionized the prototyping process. Not only is it relatively quick to get a part printed, the material is also fairly inexpensive. Previously it would take days to machine a part or prototype, and many man hours. .....continue
A leading american In-Ear Monitor (IEM) company recently shared their experience in dealing with an offshore supplier. The supplier had a U.S. representative and the manufacturing facility was in Asia so it seemed like a good way to get inexpensive cables without the added stress of communicating directly offshore. The IEM company was initially pleased with the price of the cable and quality but it did not take long for quality and communication issues to arise. Once production ramped up, the Asian manufacturer .....continue
In a Invivo research environment guide cannula systems can be used with laboratory animals. A guide cannula is made of a stainless steel tube and a pedestal. The pedestal is a plastic threaded piece on a guide cannula used .....continue