As technology evolves, it’s important that we all stay up to date with the latest and greatest innovations. Injection molding is a fast-paced industry that requires specialized skills. You know that we here at Absolute Robot love to host guests in our showrooms in both Worcester, MA and Parma, OH. However, we’re excited that a new resource is opening up
Absolute Robot would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and happy holidays! We hope you are able to enjoy this holiday season with family, friends and loved ones. In observation of Christmas the Absolute Robot office will be closed on Friday, December 25th. We will reopen at 8:00AM on December 28th.
Team Absolute would like to say thank you to everyone who donated, walked and supported us in our 9th year of involvement with the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk. Our team dedicated this year’s involvement to our colleague Russ who lost his battle to cancer earlier this year. Russ is missed greatly by everyone at Absolute. We were honored to have
We will be offering a special NPE discount during NPE 2015: The International Plastics Showcase. Come by booth #W3091 and ask about our NPE discount. We will also be offering on the spot budgetary quotes reflecting the NPE discount. This is an exclusive offer for our customers who attend NPE and visit our booth.
While you’re there, enter for a chance
ARI at NPE 2015
If you’re going to NPE 2015, come to the ARI booth. We are located at booth #W3091. While you are visiting us you can:
See our robot line in action
Talk to our product specialists and service engineers
Grab a quick quote
Take advantage of our NPE 2015 discount (more details to come!)
Grab a free Max to take home
Haven’t planned your trip
UMass Medicine Cancer Walk 2014 Goal Almost Reached
This past Sunday, Absolute Robot participated in the 16th annual UMass Medicine Cancer Walk. 2014 is the 8th year Team Absolute has participated in the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk, and our goal is to raise $10,000 for cancer research. Participating in this walk allows us the opportunity to raise funds to improve cancer care and treatments.
3D Printed Facial Implant: The New Face of Medical Technology
Since it’s advent, 3D printing has had the potential to revolutionize the medical industry. Recently, the first 3D printed facial implant was cleared by the FDA. Plastics Today published an article on this revolutionary 3D printed facial implant called the OsteoFab Patient-Specific Facial Device (OPSFD.) While the medical field has it’s share of obstacles
When you hear about new medical devices, devices that can improve one’s quality of life while helping to increase adherence to medication treatment you often picture such devices being developed in a clean room environment at one of the major medical manufacturing facilities’ research and development division. In this instance, that isn’t the case. Plastics Today published an article earlier this
Working off of our post yesterday in regards to the FDA announcing an upcoming statement on 3D printing in the medical community, Plastics Today has put together a great slideshow that highlights the influence of plastics in this year’s Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA). This year’s MDEA’s is the 17th year of the annual awards and has a strong influence
In an article published by Plastics News last week the FDA announced they would be releasing an official communication on 3D printing and its use within the medical industry. Opinions appear to vary across the plastics and medical industries where some feel the technology is still too young to be implemented widespread and used for implants while others can attest