Micro Batteries and Micro Molding Solutions for Your Business

Micro molding micro batteries for business

From fitness trackers and smartwatches to AR/VR headsets, designers are continuously searching for innovative methods to reduce system activity and power consumption. At the same time an IC or microchip can function as an oscillator, amplifier, counter, timer or microprocessor for these devices. The companies listed here provide solutions for micro molding, micro batteries and sealing. Visit our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2018 USA in San Francisco on July 11-12 and discover the innovative technologies presented by these companies first hand.

Micro molding, used by many medical device OEMs, is the tiny-scale molding form of injection molding that requires developing a cavity to match the shape of the part you want to make, sort of like the plastic molding that makes Lego bricks. Tiny, high precision plastic molding goes into micro molding for medical devices. For 30 years Accumold has been working with OEMs that require complex micro-sized electronic components and connectors. Markets served by Accumold are: Micro electronics, Medical micro molding, Micro polymer optics, Emerging technologies and Automotive electronics. Their processes include insert molding, clean room molding and 2-shot molding.

VARTA Microbattery, with more than 130 years of experience, is a global manufacturer of retail and OEM batteries. The company supplies high-quality battery products to customers in more than 100 countries through production facilities and sales subsidiaries worldwide. VARTA’s service covers a wide range of applications from automotive applications through cordless headphones and medical devices to measurement and safety systems. The company produces prototypes or high-volume series, both as standard versions or tailored to customer specifications.

zGlue uses chip-stacking technology to make custom-tailored IC. zOrigin is the first product built using this technology. With quality, speed and scale zGlue stacks chips on demand by integrating essential pieces of connected things – processing, sensing, memory, and communication into one chip. The company developed 2.5D chip stacking technology to empower anyone to design a custom, affordable, ultra-small, power-efficient chip for their own smart device, and have it manufactured at high volume in a few days.

Datwyler is well known across the globe as an industrial supplier of sealing solutions, as a distributor of electronic components, and as a manufacturer of specialized cables. Worldwide the company has over 6,000 employees and 17 production locations. Datwyler ensures enduring reliability of building and civil engineering projects, and helps global brands from the consumer goods market to reach international impact. They are among the preferred partners of leading automotive supplier and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Markets served by Datwyler are: Healthcare, automotive, consumer goods, civil engineering and more.

With the advent of new technologies for wearable devices, demand for flexible battery is increasing. Jenax is a leading manufacturer of flexible batteries. J.Flex, a bendable, foldable and twistable lithium polymer battery invented by Jenax, serves as the industry’s solution to these growing design needs. The flexible battery is safe; therefore it can be used within wearable technology. You can contact Jenax for customization. Beyond flexible battery technology, Jenax specializes in manufacturing metal-based conductive yarns and cloths. Among the company’s goals are: develop new technologies to introduce new lifestyle and culture; create environmental-friendly power source and spread the Christian values around the world.

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