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November 7, 2016

Laserage Technology Corporation acquired by AMETEK, Inc.

We wish to inform you of the news that Laserage is now officially part of the Engineered Medical Components (EMC) Division of Ametek.

Read Ametek’s letters to valued customers and suppliers to learn more.

April 22, 2016

Announcement: Congratulations to Sri Vishnubhotla!

Congratulations to Sri Vishnubhotla for winning the Laserage 2016 customer survey drawing.  Sri is a Product Development Manager with Alphatec Spine and worked with Laserage a few years back on new product efforts.  Sri will be enjoying her music on a new wireless Bluetooth Bose SoundLink speaker.  Thank you to all who participated and provided valuable feedback to Laserage. We look forward to continue providing quality laser processing services to all our customers.

Read more about the significance of filling out a customer survey on our blog.

April 24, 2015

Laserage and Venta Medical Moves to Milpitas, California

Laserage (CA) has completed the move into our  new laser processing facility adjacent to Venta Medical, Inc.  All the lasers have found a home in a well-organized, climate controlled production area.  Our office staff have setup their new locations and the Quality & Engineering labs have been completed.  The laser installations have been IQed and validation of production processing is ongoing.

Both Venta Medical and Laserage (CA) can be found at 1971 Milmont Drive in Milpitas, CA 95035.  A lobby is shared by both companies in the Northeast corner of the building.  Deliveries are taken in the rear of the building.  Our Main phone number for Laserage (CA) is 408-770-8520.


February 9, 2015

Laserage Acquires Formed Polymer Solutions, Inc.

Venta Medical, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Laserage Technology Corporation is pleased to announce the acquisition of Formed Polymer Solutions, Inc.

Formed Polymer Solution’s specialized thermal forming capability gives Venta the added capability to expand its business to serve Venta’s current and new customers with custom components and formed polymer sub-assemblies.

“Last October, our parent company. Laserage, acquired the laser processing unit of Directed Light, Inc. (DLI) which is being co-located with Venta and now with the integration of FPS’s capability, Venta can serve a wider base of customers seeking to outsource their projects to a one-stop-shop operation” said Karl Im, President of Venta MedicalSM.  “The acquisition of FPS gives us the ability to manufacture a wider range of thermoplastic components with micro precision requirements.”

“Joining the Laserage family of companies will give us the platform to serve more clients outside of our immediate area while better serving our current clients with full turn-key manufacturing capability as part of Venta Medical’s team.” said Peter Swenson, President and founder of FPS.  “With Laserage’s precision laser processing and the enhanced capability added by FPS to Venta MedicalSM, we envision a successful future for the clients we serve and our combined companies.”

The Laserage executive team views the acquisition as a strategic move for Venta, strengthening its overall contract manufacturing capabilities.

For more information about Laserage Technology, Venta MedicalSM or Formed Polymer Solutions, please visit our websites at , or

December 19, 2014

Venta Medical, a Turn-Key Medical Device Contract Manufacturer expands to a new location in Milpitas, California

Venta Expands Capabilities – New 16,000 sq ft of space with additional 10,000 sq ft of expansion space will enable Venta Medical to better serve its growing customer base for Medical Device Manufacturing

Venta Medical, a wholly owned subsidiary of Laserage Technology Corporation, announced today the completion of the move to its new ISO 13485 Certified and FDB Licensed facility to expand its operation in Silicon Valley California.

Venta Medical views the move a to larger CER as a necessity for strengthening its on-going contract manufacturing capabilities, and to provide the opportunity for new projects to incubate within Venta as it provides customers with dependable, single-source manufacturing solutions from early stage through volume productions.

“Laserage had acquired Venta Medical one year ago, and has since brought long-term capital support and enhanced operational resources leading to our expansion and growth,” says Karl Im, Venta Medical President. “Laserage also acquired the laser processing unit of Directed Light, Inc. (DLI) in October of this year.  DLI’s laser processing group is being integrated into Laserage family and will be co-located in the space adjacent to us. This is a great opportunity for us to build the critical mass we have been looking for not only in size but also in diverse capability.”

“We are pleased with the Venta’s expansion,” stated Steve Capp, Laserage President and Chief Executive Officer.  “The opportunity for Venta and our newly acquired Laser operation to work in tandem moves us several steps closer to providing more comprehensive services to our current and new California based customers.”

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October 1, 2014

Laserage Acquires Directed Light’s Laser Processing Division – A Silicon Valley Based Laser Technology Contract Manufacturer

Laserage expands to provide additional services to emerging companies in the Northern California Region

Laserage Technology Corporation, a global contract manufacturing source for precision laser processing, announced today the acquisition of the laser processing unit of Directed Light, Inc. (DLI).  DLI’s laser processing group will be integrated into Laserage and Directed Light’s Industrial Laser Components and Service Group will not be acquired and will retain its name and brand.

The Laserage executive team views the acquisition as a strategic move, strengthening its regional contract manufacturing capabilities and solidifying Laserage’s position as a leader in precision engineered laser solutions. Through the acquisition, Laserage will now offer two state-of-the-art laser facilities located in the Midwest and in Northern California.

“We have seen significant growth in our business from our California-based customers. With the acquisition of DLI’s laser processing and contract manufacturing division, we are positioned to grow in our core competency and firmly establish our California presence, which has been our key strategic initiative,” stated Steve Capp, Laserage President and Chief Executive Officer.  “We are pleased to add the long history and the local market niche of DLI to our recent acquisition of Venta Medical, a northern California company fully acquired last year, to further strengthen our support of emerging companies in this region.”

“Our respective companies share a history of innovation and attention to complex customer needs. Laserage’s purchase of Directed Light Inc.’s contract manufacturing division provides the region with 65+ years of combined experience in a wide variety of industrial laser applications, across a diverse group of industries including medical device and aerospace,” said Neil Ball, President of Directed Light.

For more information about Laserage Technology or Directed Light, please visit our websites at or

MD&M Minneapolis attendees can learn more by visiting Laserage at Booth #1339.

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Dan Capp, VP of Sales Development, Gives Presentation on Laser Processed Catheter Modification

Dan Capp, Laserage Vice President of Sales Development, gave a presentation on catheter modification utilizing laser processing at the March summit of the Medical Device Manufacturing Resource’s Master Class. Dan reviewed the various ways in which laser processing is used to modify catheter assemblies, including drilling holes, forming channels, marking and welding. Additionally, laser-processed components can determine catheter flexibility, reinforcement and implants.

Laser Processed Catheter Modifications

coin1-laserage-300x240Hole Drilling: There are a number of ways to drill holes using a laser. The fastest way to drill a hole is often accomplished using a single massive pulse of energy. However, a stream of smaller laser pulses results in better energy control, therefore providing a more precise hole.

welding-laser-laserageLaser Welding: Lasers are also used to weld metal tubular components. These metal sheaths are often referred to as “garages” because they are placed in catheter IDs to hold or store something until it is required to pull it out.

implant-delivery-laserageImplant Delivery: Catheters are often utilized for implant delivery, such as for stents, stent grafts and frames, which are laser-processed components.

Laserage provides extensive laser processing capabilities for the medical device industry to OEMs worldwide. We understand the precise and unique requirements for your medical device project and are capable of delivering results that meet the most stringent medical requirements.

Visit our Resources Library to access technical eBooks to learn more about laser processing for the medical device industry.