Company provides custom designed non-destructive test systems for non-porous packages or medical devices.
For users looking for an alternative to battery-operated touch probes for machining applications, the TS 444 infrared touch probe is offered.
The set screw and pushrod assembly in the Model 310/410 direct-acting solenoid valves has been redesigned to improve performance over the life of the valve. These two pieces were redesigned into a single threaded pushrod which eliminates the opportunity for wear between the two parts.
Consistent UV curing requires periodic monitoring of UV intensity or dose. The ACCU-CAL 100 radiometer is simple to operate and offers repeatable measurement of UV light.
The design features of these wheels not only permit them to transition freely and effortlessly
The ThermaCool NXT is Thermage's next-generation system for non-invasive skin tightening and contouring. The system has a flat-panel LCD screen, which is attached to a moveable cart. The NXT screen has a large viewing area with an enhanced display that is bright, crisp, and easy-to-read.
Implantable port access systems consist of an access (port) that is placed directly under the skin in the chest or upper arm, and a thin, soft plastic tube (catheter) made from polyurethane or silicone connecting the port directly with the vein, artery, or peritoneal space.
Oliver Medical has introduced Oliver OnSite package engineering services, offering technical and engineering support to medical device manufacturers. The OnSite services are provided by the Oliver Answer Team, whose members include engineers who have worked for major MDMs.
Polygon Company has launched its redesigned website. The site contains an overview of the company and the variety of products offered within the company’s five strategic market groups. Printable in .PDF files are the company’s FAQ sheets and product design guides.
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA), a division of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), has launched a new website redesigned to be a top resource on medical imaging and radiation therapy for MITA members, the medical community, policy-making groups, and the public.
Omnetics, a leading manufacturer of miniature high rel connectors, offers configurable models as downloadable files for its range of nano (0.025 inches pitch) and micro (0.050 inches pitch) miniature connectors.
Flomerics has announced that its FloXpress flow simulation software is fully embedded within SolidWorks 2008 3D CAD software and is available free of charge to all SolidWorks 2008 users.
Some are new, some old, but five technologies are making strides and aiding medical device manufacturers produce a quality product.
Virtual reality simulators are often associated more with entertainment or video game technology than something that would serve a true medical benefit; however, that’s not proving to be the case when it comes to using simulators with medical devices.