In 2021, Louwershanique joined the Muon group, an international world leader in micro-precision solutions.
Micro-precision components are becoming the key factor for companies when developing their competitive edge. The Muon Group is uniquely positioned to supply mission-critical micro precision components to end-user applications in medical, semiconductor, digital printing and filtration. Pushing boundaries and creating game and life-changing innovations, Muon’s operating companies smartly and successfully respond to the world’s growing demand for the most innovative micro solutions.
Individually Muon’s operating companies are among the world’s leaders in micro-precision. By bringing together their capabilities and aligning their resources, enables smarter and more imaginative microscopical components that can be applied on an industrial scale. Finding solutions to the most demanding and complex questions, and better answers for tomorrow’s challenges regarding health, miniaturization, sustainability and safety.
Muon Group is uniquely positioned to supply mission-critical micro precision components to end-user applications in medical, semiconductor, digital printing and filtration.
Veco B.V., located in Eerbeek, the Netherlands, has been electroforming since 1934. It is an additive manufacturing process for precision metal parts. Its uniqueness is that it can grow metal parts atom by atom, providing extreme accuracy and high aspect ratios. Veco serves the world's most innovative high-tech industries that demand precision components in industrial volumes.
Tecan Ltd., located in Dorset in the UK, has been pioneering the use of photochemical machining (etching) since 1970. Etching is an innovative, photolithography-based process that was developed as an off-shoot from the manufacture of printed circuit boards. Tecan attracts customers who appreciate the advantages of etching over more conventional manufacturing methods such as stamping.
Millux B.V. (formerly known as Reith Laser BV), located in Wijchen, the Netherlands, was founded in 1988, when laser machining was still a relatively unknown technology. Today, modern laser technology offers great advantages in comparison with traditional material processing techniques. Meanwhile, Millux has developed into a capable and trusted supplier for the high-tech industry, offering a range of laser micro-machining applications.
With a heritage of almost 50 years, Atul Sugar Screens has been developing, electroforming and supplying precise nickel sugar screens in Asia and around the world. Optimized for continuous centrifuge and built for performance, Atul is a trusted partner to the sugar industry.