Graham Engineering announces new process engineer


Graham EngineeringBrad Lovelace Graham Engineering has announced that it has appointed Brad Lovelace as its new process engineer.

Lovelace will be a part of the process technology team at the company and will be responsible for technical and customer support like product development, product and system testing.

“Brad brings a demonstrated track record of medical extrusion operations and management, including product development, technical support and extrusion laboratory management,” Steve Mason, business development director for extrusion, said. “His hands-on experience and proficiency at extruding catheters, balloons, shafts, bump tubing and multi-layer tubing will directly benefit our customers.”

Lovelace has previously served as an extrusion engineering technician at Merit Medical Systems and the lead extrusion operator and supervisor at Medtronic.

(Learn from some of the medical device industry’s top executives and experts at DeviceTalks Boston on Oct. 2.)

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