MRIMMagnetic Resonance Imaging Microscopy
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The MRIM process allows complex tools to be made in short lead times using a blend of laminated and cast resins that incorporate areas of CNC-machined aluminium and steel.
Another advantage of the MRIM process is that prototypes are often unnecessary, so if there are any issues resulting from the first components it is possible to make modifications to the tooling or part design.
Midas also paints, assembles and inspects the three MRIM parts for Carl Zeiss along with the machined central chamber, a selection of injection moulded components, and various other parts at its headquarters in Bedford.