MEC-CME can help you think faster, innovate better and broaden horizons with our new Stratasys uPrint SE Plus 3D printer
North Adams, MA (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
MEC-CME has acquired a three-dimensional (3D) printer from Stratasys. 3D printing gives MEC-CME the capabilities to provide conceptual modeling, fast and functional prototyping, custom molding and overmolding, temporary tooling and small-quantity or custom end-use parts made from production grade thermoplastic (ABSplus) which is lightweight but durable enough for rugged end-use parts.
“Our Stratasys 3D printer is a highly advanced, powerful platform made to work seamlessly with CAD software. With a build size of 203 x 203 x 152 mm (8 x 8 x 6 in), our Stratasys 3D printer can create functional prototypes that are durable, stable and pinpoint accurate,” said Qurban Khalsa, Chief Operating Officer.
Engineers and additive manufacturing experts are increasingly using 3D printing for modeling and prototyping in industries like aerospace/defense, automotive, medical/dental, architecture and commercial/consumer products. MEC-CME now has the technology to turn your ideas into strong, functional models that are ready for collaboration, testing and end-use.
Meehan Electronics Corporation (MEC) and Cord Master Engineering (CME) are part of the rich heritage of the electronics industry in Berkshire County. For 40 years MEC has specialized in the electronic component value added services, cable assembly, and turnkey manufacturing. The principal business activities of MEC include component tinning, electronic components solderability testing and restoration, electronic component lead forming, marking, tape & reel, XRF analysis and electrical screening, contract manufacturing, manufacturing cable and wire harness assembly and refurbishment of electronic enclosures and sub-assemblies. MEC is also an FAA certified Part 145 Repair Station. For over 25 years CME has specialized in manufacturing power cords, complex wire harnesses and cable assemblies to the most demanding specifications. With our molding and overmolding capabilities and UL certification, CME is also focused on the design and manufacture of almost any custom LSZH cable or cord for both commercial and military applications.
In 2004 MEC and CME were joined through an acquisition and today the two divisions function together as a single workforce operating in the same facility in North Adams, MA. Employees have years of industry expertise and are cross trained across a broad range of skills. Both divisions are AS9100-C and ISO9001:2008 certified and are committed to continuous improvement in quality, cost structure, manufacturing technologies and customer service.