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MicroConnex, A Carlisle Company, to Exhibit at 2019 Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) BioMed

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla, Dec. 2, 2019 – MicroConnex, a business division of Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (CIT), announced today that it will exhibit at the 2019 Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) BioMed in San Jose, California Dec. 4-5, 2019. MicroConnex will display its comprehensive range of capabilities and flexible circuit solutions at Booth No. 836.

CIT acquired MicroConnex, a leading supplier of quick-turn prototypes bridging small to medium-size production of high-density flex circuits, laser micro-machining, and thin-film services, earlier this year. The organization operates under Carlisle Medical Technologies (CMT), CIT’s Medical Technologies Business Unit. MicroConnex flex circuits are used in applications where lightweight, ultra-compact design, and reliability are all critical. These offerings are easily incorporated in product designs such as medical devices, ultrasound and ultrasonic sensors, biosensors and implants, wearable technology, and high-speed data communications.

With deep technical expertise and knowledge, representatives from MicroConnex will be available to answer questions about the unit’s world-class flex circuit design and highly specialized manufacturing services, ranging from proprietary connective techniques to thin-film sputtering, precision laser micromachining, and ultrasound transducers.

Visit the MicroConnex booth at the 2019 MD&M BioMed to learn how the organization can use its proven techniques in research, design, and engineering to take your ideas to market. To meet with a MicroConnex sales representative at the event, please contact Wayne VanZandt via email at or via phone at 425.765.7075.


About MicroConnex

MicroConnex is a leading supplier of quick turn prototypes bridging to small to medium size production of high-density flex circuits and laser micro-machining and thin film services. They easily incorporate smaller, lighter and more reliable flex circuits in product designs by using patented electrical technology, proprietary connective techniques, advanced laser processes, and thin-film sputtering capabilities. MicroConnex flex circuits are used in applications where lightweight, ultra-compact design and reliability are all critical. They commonly say: “Challenge our Team.” For more information, visit


About Carlisle Medical Technologies

Carlisle Medical Technologies specializes in the design, development and manufacture of custom cable assemblies and interconnect solutions for the medical device market. CMT’s core competencies revolve around industry-leading expertise in high performance interconnect systems for surgical, electrosurgical, interventional, and patient monitoring applications. In addition to our design and development expertise, vast product breadth, engineering, and qualification services, we provide our customers with world-class service by offering localized customer support. For more information, visit


About Carlisle Interconnect Technologies

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (CIT) is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of high-performance wire and cable, including optical fiber. Having started operations in 1940, the company has grown its product portfolio to include specialty and filtered connectors, contacts, integrated systems and cable assemblies, complex harnesses, racks, avionics trays, and installation kits. In addition to its vast product breadth, CIT provides consumers with a higher level of support by offering engineering and certification services for the demanding environments of the commercial aerospace, military and defense electronics, industrial, test and measurement, and medical industries. For more information, please visit


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