Since 1995, Lumenous Device Technologies pioneers precise materials, laser-processing, and premium finishing for medical device companies worldwide. Putting together superior engineering with our tradition of manufacturing and design innovation, we play an essential role in our customers’ success.
|Santa Clara Facility||Jiangyin Facility||Leuven Facility|
|• prototyping & design|
• advanced process development
|• nitinol (NiTi) wire & tubing drawing|
• cleanroom component assembly
|• R&D and Business Development Center|
|• laser micromachining
• post-processing for production
• multinational and proficient in ten languages
3 September, 2020
Lumenous gives medical device engineers and suppliers easier access to their components – Santa Clara, Calif. (August 25, 2020) – Lumenous announced today that it will offer its medical device components online through Chamfr.com.
9 July, 2015
Lumenous Introduces Gloss™ Nitinol Wire by Peiertech Sunnyvale, CA (July 14, 2015) – Lumenous Device Technologies, a contract manufacturer and design house for minimally-invasive medical device technology, presents its Gloss™ nitinol wire by Peiertech.
6 January, 2015
The Lumenous TruePhase is a non-contact system for nitinol Af testing. Easy-to-use Great data Measures many device forms Tests up to 8 devices simultaneously Lumenous Device Technologies introduces TruePhase, a Non-Contact Nitinol Af Testing System Sunnyvale, CA (January 8, 2015) – Lumenous Device Technologies introduces TruePhaseTM, a non-contact Af temperature measurement system. This easy-to-use vision technology system sets nitinol Af testing free from the limitations encountered in traditional test methods.
13 December, 2013
Lumenous Device Technologies Introduces Targeted Heat Treatment Innovation for Nitinol Visit us at BIOMEDevice San Jose Booth#1011 & MD&M Anaheim Booth #3249 Hall C Sunnyvale, CA (Dec 3, 2013) – Lumenous Device Technologies, a contract manufacturer and design consultancy for minimally-invasive device technology, introduces a unique method to improve and enable new devices using locally differential heat-treatment of nitinol.