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Perspectives on First Step in Design (Part VI)

May 22, 2008 11:59 am | Texas Instruments Inc. | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the "napkin sketch" has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what's the first "real" step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month's Perspectives feature.

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Perspectives on First Step in Design (Part V)

May 22, 2008 11:49 am | Pilgrim Quality Solutions | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the "napkin sketch" has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what's the first "real" step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month's Perspectives feature.

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Perspectives on First Step in Design (Part IV)

May 22, 2008 11:40 am | Protek Power | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the "napkin sketch" has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what's the first "real" step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month's Perspectives feature.

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Perspectives on First Step in Design (Part III)

May 22, 2008 11:28 am | Dukane Corporation | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the "napkin sketch" has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what's the first "real" step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month's Perspectives feature.

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Perspectives on First Step in Design (Part II)

May 22, 2008 11:12 am | Analog Devices, Inc. | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the “napkin sketch” has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what’s the first “real” step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month’s Perspectives feature.

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May 9, 2008 6:32 am | Comments

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First Step in Design

May 8, 2008 8:43 am | Astrodyne Corporation, Guill Tool & Engineering Co., Inc. | Comments

The idea has been thought up, the "napkin sketch" has been made, and the project is ready to move forward. So what's the first "real" step in the design process? This was the question for the participants in this month's Perspectives feature.

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Designing for Obsolescence in Outsourced Product Development

May 8, 2008 8:42 am | Comments

Electronic components used in medical devices can often experience much shorter lifecycles than the products in which they are used. With the additional challenges that come from replacing a part in a finished device, it is best to be as prepared for this inevitable process as possible.

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Laser Joining Technology Furthers Miniaturization Capabilities

May 8, 2008 8:42 am | Comments

Microwelding provides the medical device industry with yet another manufacturing solution option that enables OEMs to achieve further miniaturization of their products. It can be an ideal alternative to additive joining processes for a number of reasons.

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Brushless Blower Technology 101

May 8, 2008 8:41 am | Comments

Variable speed blowers offer a unique solution to several medical device systems requiring a fluctuating air flow. However, device designers are unlikely to be all that familiar with it.

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Ceramics—Ideal Alternative for Baby Boomers

May 8, 2008 8:41 am | Comments

With the baby boomer population remaining active while still exerting significant stress on their bodies, the number of joint replacement surgeries is increasing dramatically and expected to continue. As such, implant makers need materials that can help patients avoid "revision" surgeries.

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Driving Design Excellence With Test

May 8, 2008 8:40 am | Comments

Effective data collection methods and quality test systems are critical elements in ensuring medical device design success.

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Perspectives On Miniaturization (Part III)

May 7, 2008 8:08 am | Smiths Connectors | Hypertac | Comments

In the March and April issues of MDT, Perspectives presented the experiences of industry experts in facing the challenges of miniaturization of medical devices and the components used to make them.

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Perspectives On Miniaturization (Part II)

May 7, 2008 8:03 am | Comments

In last month's Perspectives , the experiences of industry experts in facing the challenges of miniaturization of medical devices and their components was shared.

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Perspectives on Miniaturization

May 7, 2008 7:57 am | Omnetics Connector Corp., Analog Devices, Inc., Memry Corp., Texas Instruments Inc. | Comments

Making medical devices smaller is a regular challenge for manufacturers, as well as their supply and service partners. Enabling these products to do more while taking up less space is a task every member in the process is responsible for accomplishing.

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