Industries & Applications
Device Technologies offers assorted processing capabilities and disciplines both as a product development partner as well as service. We work daily with disciplines that include and are not limited to Precision stamping, metal forming, fabrication and roll forming to injection and insert molding, thermoplastic and rubber molding, vulcanization and extrusion, linear polymer coating, Related secondary processes supporting customer handling and assembly needs including cutting to length, kitting, specialty packaging and other ergonomic considerations that today’s demanding production lines require.
DTi has global distribution capabilities, servicing OEMs and Fabricators in the following markets to name a few:
- Military Electronics
- Business & Banking Equipment
- Computers & Storage Technology
- Food Service and Baking Equipment
- HVAC & Lighting
- Instrumentation and Testing
- Medical & Imaging Systems
- Power Supplies & Backup Systems
- Telecommunication Systems Equipment – Access, Switching, Transmission, Routing
- Gaming and lottery transactions
Device Technologies on the Fast Track with Two New Collaborative FEA (CFEA™) Rail Solutions
This past year, DTi leveraged its FEA capabilities to help develop not one, but two new rail sealing solution requirements, for two different OEM’s.
Collaborative and Custom Design Engineering Service
In response to a customer’s request, DTi developed a Custom Fiber Optic Radius Control Module (RCM) that simply snapped into the customer’s plenum.
DTi Featured in DESIGNFAX
Routing Fiber Optic Cable
Optimizing results through radius control modules
DTi device technologies GmbH will be exhibiting at the 2020 Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) at Stand 6E80/C in the Hanse-Aerospace Pavilion in Hamburg, Germany, 31 March - 2 April 2020. Aircraft Interiors Expo is the world’s leading event for airlines and the supply...
The New York Times has reported that wiring issues are being found on the 737 Max. Let’s face it …it was bound to happen. When the 737 Max went under the re-certification microscope it was almost certain that other non-MCAS issues would surface. The FAA is being...