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MAC-New Bedford: Assemblies for X-Ray Applications

January 22, 2002
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Morgan Advanced Ceramics-New Bedford (MAC-New Bedford) recently introduced its cathode, anode, getter and filament support assemblies for medical X-ray applications. Designed to provide superior reliability and durability, these components feature the company's innovative ceramic-to-metal seal assembly technology. MAC-New Bedford's X-ray tube assemblies are constructed from a variety of metal components and high purity alumina (Al203) ceramic. Ceramic-to-metal design allows for cost competitive manufacturing through a consistent, repeatable manufacturing process. The design flexibility, along with the availability of upper level builds, produces components to the customer's specification at a lower total cost.

For more information, call (508) 995.1725 ext. 320 or e-mail

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