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Regardless of the indication, the technology, or the manufacturing process, all medical devices face thorough testing regimens to ensure they function as designed. There’s no room for error with any medical device, whether a low-tech orthopedic knee brace or a life saving pacemaker. The patient relying on the device they are using needs it to work perfectly.LISTED UNDER: Analyzers | Camera | Catheter Testing Equipment
How are you influencing implantable devices?LISTED UNDER: Electronic Components | Medical Device Testing | Seal-Strength Testing
For electrical and mechanical design engineers in the process of developing applications, choosing a gearmotor can be a tricky and arduous process. Can motors and gearboxes be purchased separately and then matched for an application? Is it better to specify a pre-engineered gearmotor? What are the differences? By following the two gearmotor selection methods readers will receive a checklist of considerations to determine which process would be the most helpful and steps to complete the gearmotor selection process. There are many factors to consider when choosing a gearmotor.LISTED UNDER: Seal-Strength Testing | Component Testing
Micro-machining technology, simply stated, is the utilization of semiconductor manufacturing equipment in such a way that it creates micro-mechanical systems that serve a specific purpose. MEDER’s objective was to develop a micro-miniature hermetically sealed reed switch that is able to function exactly like the larger, standard hermetically sealed reed switch.LISTED UNDER: Micro-machining | Medical Device Testing | Seal-Strength Testing
Question 1: What is the most significant challenge in the miniaturization of medical electronic devices?LISTED UNDER: Microbiology/Chemical Testing | Electronic Components | Medical Device Testing
How are you influencing portable medical devices?LISTED UNDER: Vacuum | Injection Molding | Control
MOCON, Inc. is introducing the MultiCheck® 425—a new, combination testing system for packages with one-way degassing valves. The latest instrument in the MultiCheck® series measures...LISTED UNDER: Microbiology/Chemical Testing | Seal-Strength Testing | Gas Valve
Design engineers for medical diagnostic equipment are acutely aware of the dramatic growth and change in the healthcare industry. Medical OEMs and contract manufacturers are looking for suppliers who can help them meet new industry and federal regulations, achieve the highest quality products, support new care approaches (including patient-controlled monitoring and treatment), and drive down manufacturing costs.LISTED UNDER: Biocompatibility Testing | Microbiology/Chemical Testing | Medical Device Testing
How are you influencing implantable devices?LISTED UNDER: Injection Molding | Actuators | Micro Molding
In recent years, there has been great excitement about the use of neuromodulation to treat a wide array of medical conditions and diseases. The technology uses electrical signals to stimulate or block different nerve impulses in the body and is adapted from technology used in cardiac rhythm management. Advanced ceramic materials are playing an important role in the technology and are poised to play an even greater one as these medical devices flood onto the market to treat an increasing number of ailments.LISTED UNDER: Injection Molding | Micro Molding | Insert Micro Molding
The Challenge: A previously identified material selected to be overmolded onto polycarbonate would not properly bond without pre-treatment. The Solution: Utilizing a liquid injection molding system product, a replacement material that did not require pre-treatment and offered the ability to perform a higher production run than originally scheduled resolved the bonding challenge.LISTED UNDER: Injection Molding | Control | Biocompatibility Testing
Fueled by continued growth in the medical and surgical device market to meet the demands of an aging population, research in adhesives for medical applications is generating new products with enhanced functionality, higher purity, and unique properties. For design engineers focusing on wound care, ostomy appliances, surgical drapes, and medical diagnostics, it becomes increasingly important to work with materials experts who can access a broad range of adhesives and materials to meet unique application requirements.LISTED UNDER: Biocompatibility Testing | Medical Device Testing | Seal-Strength Testing
Laser plastic welding is helping to pave the way for a new era of medical devices. As a technique for bonding two or more thermoplastic components together, it has advantages to other methods, including cleanliness, precision, hermetic sealing, and quality controls. Moreover, laser plastic welding brings economic efficiencies, design flexibility, aesthetic welding, and new material options to the medical manufacturing industry.LISTED UNDER: Prototyping | Laser Welding | Medical Device Testing
Besides “early collaboration,” what tip do you have for medical device designers developing a new project that is specific to your area of the industry?LISTED UNDER: Biocompatibility Testing | Microbiology/Chemical Testing | Medical Device Testing
MOCON Inc. is introducing the MultiCheck 300—a first-of-its-kind system that measures oxygen headspace coupled with leak detection and seal strength.LISTED UNDER: Seals and Gaskets | Seal-Strength Testing