businesswire | December 22, 2020
Bend Bioscience Corporation (NASDAQ: TWST), an organization empowering clients to prevail through its contribution of great engineered DNA utilizing its silicon stage, today reported designs to extend its assembling and business capacities with the expansion of the "Manufacturing plant of the Future" only outside of Portland, Oregon in Wilsonville. The 110,000-square-foot office is required to get operational in 2022 and conceivably raise to 400 positions to the locale more than quite a long while.
“The Portland area is an established technology hub relatively close in proximity to our headquarters with a growing number of biotechnology companies, providing access to talent and advanced manufacturing to increase the speed of production and deliver products to our customers faster,” said Emily M. Leproust, Ph.D., CEO and co-founder of Twist Bioscience.
Leproust continued, “We are expanding our customer base and ramping production of our products at an exceptional rate. The Factory of the Future allows us to support the increasing needs of our customers as they scale globally and plan for aggressive growth into synthetic biology and biopharma market segments we cannot serve today.”
About Twist Bioscience Corporation
Contort Bioscience is a main and quickly developing manufactured science and genomics organization that has built up a problematic DNA combination stage to industrialize the designing of science. The center of the stage is a restrictive innovation that pioneers another strategy for assembling engineered DNA by "expressing" DNA on a silicon chip. Curve is utilizing its novel innovation to make a wide scope of engineered DNA-based items, including manufactured qualities, apparatuses for cutting edge sequencing (NGS) readiness, and immunizer libraries for drug revelation and improvement. Wind is likewise seeking after longer-term openings in computerized information stockpiling in DNA and biologics drug revelation. Wind makes items for use across numerous businesses including medical services, mechanical synthetics, agribusiness and scholarly exploration.
businesswire | November 18, 2020
Eyelit Inc., an assembling programming supplier for perceivability, control, and coordination of assembling tasks, declared today that WD Lab Grown Diamonds, the main U.S. maker of Chemical Vapor Deposition lab developed precious stones, has actualized Eyelit's MES Software Suite at its base camp close to Washington, D.C.
WD Lab Grown Diamonds has sent Eyelit's practical programming to help blended mode producing measures, which incorporate crossover manufacture techniques. The organization use Eyelit programming to help in its quick assembling scale and the developing shopper and industry interest for its items.
“We selected and implemented Eyelit’s software for its ability to handle both semiconductor and industrial type manufacturing, as well as the flexible subscription licensing model,” stated Yarden Tsach, CTO of WD Lab Grown Diamonds. “Eyelit came highly recommended to WD Lab Grown Diamonds; its software provides extensive capabilities to sustain our company’s rapid growth and meets our evolving needs.”
About Eyelit Inc.
Eyelit Inc. is the leader in Manufacturing Execution and Quality Management (MES and QMS) Eyelit Inc. is the leader in Manufacturing Execution and Quality Management (MES and QMS) solutions for visibility, control, and coordination of manufacturing operations for the aerospace & defense, electronics, life sciences, medical device, semiconductor, and solar industries. Eyelit uniquely delivers a broad set of manufacturing solutions, including Asset Management (Semi E10, SEMI PV2-0709), Dispatching, Factory Integration (Automation), Manufacturing Execution (MES/MOM), Recipe Management, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management (CAPA/OCAP/SPC/APC/RMA), and Business Process Management, that enable its customers to rapidly and cost-effectively optimize production and company processes.
With exceptional customer service, Eyelit has time and again proven that superior, innovative technology can increase efficiency and value. More than 50 leading companies, including austriamicrosystems, CEA-Leti, eMagin, Enovix, Innovative Micro Technology (IMT), LFoundry, Murata Electronics Oy, Northrop Grumman Corporation, NXP Semiconductors, PerkinElmer, Raytheon Technologies, Skyworks Solutions, TowerJazz, and multiple global 50 companies rely on Eyelit as a trusted software partner Follow Eyelit on LinkedIn and Twitter.
About WD Lab Grown Diamonds
Based in the Washington, D.C. area and founded in 2008, WD Lab Grown Diamonds is a market leader in Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) diamonds, with its diamonds certified by the International Gemological Institute (IGI) and Gem Certification & Assurance Lab (GCAL), among other labs. The Company also offers new technologies and applications for diamonds in industrial settings. WD Lab Grown Diamonds is the exclusive licensee of a portfolio of patents covering single crystal CVD diamond growth technology developed by The Carnegie Institution of Washington. WD is jointly owned by WD Management, members of its board of directors, Huron Capital, and The Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Compass Precision, Gray Manufacturing Technologies | September 23, 2020
A collection of manufacturing companies officially announced the addition of a fourth North Carolina manufacturer to its portfolio. Compass Precision, a subsidiary of Pittsburgh private equity firm Main Street Capital Holdings, acquired Gray Manufacturing Technologies for an undisclosed price, Main Street Capital officials said in a statement.
Gray, located in the Charlotte suburb of Denver, North Carolina, produces precision metal components for the aerospace and defense sectors. Compass officials said the company offers multi-axis machining, testing, and assembly of complex metal geometries, including a metrology lab and advanced production certifications.
“Gray Manufacturing Technologies is an incredibly well-run precision manufacturer that is experiencing rapid growth by serving a select group of highly attractive customers and end-markets,” Compass President and CEO Gary Holcomb said in the announcement. “They are a perfect fit for us.”