Resonetics announced that it has acquired Aduro Laser. The financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
“We are very excited to partner with Grayson Beck and Demian Backs, who have created raving fans with Aduro’s disruptive business model,” Tom Burns, Resonetics’ CEO, said. “We share a similar culture with an emphasis on innovation, speed and customer satisfaction. Prime Laser Cut tubing is already being adopted by leading companies in structural heart, peripheral vascular and minimally invasive surgery markets. Resonetics will expand capacity with a new facility, additional equipment and more engineering resources to keep lead times the best in the industry.”
Aduro currently offers interrupted spiral cut tubing that is economically viable. Resonetics plans to market Aduro’s services as Prime Laser Cut Tubing for a quick turn and high volume laser cut tubing.
“After more than 45 years of laser manufacturing and machine building experience, Demian and I knew we wanted to create something different,” said Grayson Beck, co-founder and CEO of Aduro Laser. “We created a synchronized, real-time, paperless manufacturing data-system that manages large amounts of digital information, streamlining the manufacturing process and enabling the fundamental integration of artificial intelligence. Joining forces with Resonetics provides additional resources and synergies to provide solutions to our customers on a larger scale.”
Aduro is set to change its name to Resonetics. Grayson and Demian will both hold leadership roles within the newly combined company.